Answer: As Radu noted, it’s not discreet but discrete. Sigh, what would we do without Google…

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Just one micro-note, there’s a book called “Concrete mathematics”, a hitech book by a well-known writer. The title is the concatenation of “continuous” and “discrete”.

Discreet math or discrete math?

Ok I figured it out. It’s discrete not discreet. Right?

You got it right ;) But don’t hurry like that next time.

Hail wikipedia!

Just one micro-note, there’s a book called “Concrete mathematics”, a hitech book by a well-known writer. The title is the concatenation of “continuous” and “discrete”.