Hello there.

Probably not what someone expected in this section, but here it goes.

I am studying discrete mathematics of my own accord. As I have no professor, nor do any of my peers understand even the fundamentals of logic (seriously, how hard is it to tell me if A is a knight or a knave?), I am struggling to fully grasp and understand what I am teaching myself. It's most likely a long shot, but I figured perhaps someone here may have a firm enough grasp to help me as I move through the text book I have, or maybe point me to where I can find such help.

Before anyone suggests this, my job does not readily allow me to take regular college courses, online or otherwise, due to irregular work hours highly prone to change. So, no, I cannot take a course for this subject, nor do they even offer one where I live currently.

At the moment, I am merely seeing if there is someone who might be able to help me with my study. I have a fairly good grasp of propositions, though I am a bit frustrated when trying to translate from English to a proposition, but I have no concrete issues at this time. I am using Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications (Seventh Edition) as my reference, just finishing section 1.2 yesterday.

If anyone would like to throw up a hand and allow me to prod their brain from time to time when I'm confused about something I'm currently working on in regard to discrete mathematics, I'd be grateful.