Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=y9123Dx6cJA
In this video, I start discussing the principle of inclusion exclusion used in discrete mathematics. I start with a simple example using two sets and then proceed to derive the formula for 3 sets.
In the next video I will prove the formula and then go on to more examples.
This video is geared towards those in higher mathematics so it is a bit more technical than what some may want!
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