2016 Fall – MAT 2071 Proofs and Logic – Reitz

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2016 Fall - MAT 2071 Proofs and Logic - Reitz
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Department
Mathematics
Course Code
MAT 2071
Semester / Year
Fall 2016
Course Description

This course is designed to prepare students for an advanced mathematics curriculum by providing a transition from Calculus to abstract mathematics. The course focuses on the processes of mathematical reasoning, argument, and discovery. Topics include propositional and first order logic, learning proofs through puzzles and games, axiomatic approach to group theory, number theory, and set theory, abstract properties of relations and functions, elementary graph theory, sets of different cardinalities, and the construction and properties of real numbers.

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Acknowledgements

This course was created by: Jonas Reitz

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