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MATH 314/280 : Introduction to Proofs

Credits: 3

Course Description: The course is designed to aid students in making the transition from calculus, differential equations and linear algebra to the more advanced and more abstract mathematics courses, such as abstract algebra and real analysis. The course will cover mathematical logic, mathematical proofs, mathematical induction, set theory, relations, functions, cardinality and applications of proofs in the study of such areas as number theory, calculus and group theory, as time permits.

Pre-Requisites: MATH 141.

Comments: Before Fall 2018, this course was numbered MATH 280.

Sample Materials

Topics:
  1. Mathematical Logic
  2. Set Theory
  3. Proofs
  4. Relations
  5. Functions
  6. Mathematical Induction
  7. Cardinalities of Sets
  8. The Real Number System


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