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Discrete is an adjective meaning, "not [[continuous]], not the same, dissimilar, completely different". In [[combinatorics]], two or more [[variable]]s are said to be discrete when they are independent or [[disjoint]].
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'''Discrete''' is an adjective meaning, "not [[continuous]], not the same, dissimilar, completely different". In [[combinatorics]], two or more [[variable]]s are said to be discrete when they are independent or [[disjoint]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:53, 8 September 2006

Discrete is an adjective meaning, "not continuous, not the same, dissimilar, completely different". In combinatorics, two or more variables are said to be discrete when they are independent or disjoint.

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