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    Boolean algebra

    As from a SDD point of view there is Boolean algebra in the syllabus, but is there any Boolean algebra in 2u,3u or 4u mathematics. If not do u think they should add it to the syllabus ? I'm just asking because i did genny maths
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    Re: Boolean algebra

    Pretty sure boolean algebra is not in the mathematics syllabus.
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    Re: Boolean algebra

    Nope Bool algebra isnt in the syllabus old or new.

    Ehh unless into computer science boolean logic isnt really required. it should be taught more or so in softawre dev imho
    well most of it is common sense some can get tricky.

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    Re: Boolean algebra

    I think the new syllabus will cover Bernoulli random variables when you do probability and statistics (then extending that to Binomial distributions). That's as close as you'll get to it.

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