# What is Computer Science?

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In this part 1 video of “What is Computer Science?” I cover programming and discrete math in some detail.

Computer science is often thought of as just glorified programming. But once you enter undergrad you will realize this is not the entire story. Computer science has more to it including discrete math, algorithms, theory of computation, hardware programming, and more. If you just want to learn how to program, then the computer science major will be more than you are expecting.

In this video I mostly cover discrete math and concepts within it because of how important it is for classes to come. Although it’s not used in all your classes, I show you examples so you have an idea of what math you will encounter.

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I took discrete math class during spring 2020 at my community college. We literally went on to do everything in this video.

To anyone watching and getting confused at the n+1 proof. n can be any number. And n+1 is that previous number + 1. So the n+1 is the successor of n. Then you have to show that the left hand side of the equation is the same as the right side of the equation. I was first introduced to this during a precalculus class.

If you still don’t quite understand, then do not get discouraged. Everyone starts as a beginner and then you learn as you go on. My suggestion is that if you want to do CS, then go for it and be prepared to study all the time and you have to be persistent. For calcs 1 and 2 you can refer to Professor Leonard on YouTube, he is by far the best when it comes to explaining Calc 1 and 2. Currently, I am taking Linear Algebra and Gen Chem 2. I’ll be finishing with my associates in CS, and then I’ll be heading off to university. I’ll try to remember to come back to this comment in the future to share my updates. Good luck everyone.

Woha omg this is so interesting 🌚 now I'm switching from cyber security to CS

Those codes looks like in the turbo c

Plz make a video on information technology ?

Awesome

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Pain

Is discrete math useful only in a computer?

Why am I watching this? I’m studying architecture 💀

ur program has a typo but great vid, at 1:36 it should only be one equal sign

This was made on my birth day. and also im in 7th grade wacthing this so if you think this is confusing amagen how i feel

I’m in my last year in high school and i have no idea what i want in college

Ohhh boy I’m excited to try this😬

i’m currently majoring in it but i literally cant do math bye i’m changing my major

I'm good with math since then but this is 🦧🙈🙉

im i have no words how i feel but its not good

excellent

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4:37 8^(k+1) – 3^(k+1) = 5(8^k) + 3(8^K) -3^(k+1) Induction problems are way too easy until you get redirected by a simple problem and stumped on very basic algebra.

What about information technology as most University have computer science and information technology in the same department

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I am starting cs tomorrow

Thank you, I no longer wish to study CS haha

I've got a question. Is it necessary to be good at Boolean algebra to study computer science ?

Seriously what with Computer Science, i mean when it comes to Major Computer Science is the best of the best?!

a programmers holy rule…..

once it runs,

Don't touch it!Google!!!!!!

As soon you explain the math stuff. My brains go into the bonk zone and i was confused af. I probably need to rewatch this vid several times before i get it

i’m going into a magnet for computer science and this is scaring me

Hello Indira college students

i think this major is different between the countries..

Thank you, this was very informative.

The way you described discrete maths made me realize i dont even hate math i just have to study to get better

Here after discovering accounting is shit

I loveeeeeeee discrete math

Yea.. I’ll just stick to ceramics instead

How can you do that factoring algoritm with more than 2 numbers?