MATH281A1 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Fall 2009
Introduce the student to mathematical reasoning and proof.
and methods which are necessary for higher level math courses,
in particular the Analysis and Algebra offering.
Enforce a better understanding of logic,
sets, and functions.
Proofs by induction; proofs by contradiction.
The number system.
Cardinality. Integers mod n.
- Call Number 68109
Instructor: Anton Betten, room 207, Weber building.
Email lastname at math dot colostate dot edu
Course website: http://www.math.colostate.edu/ betten/courses/MATH281/FA09/281_syllabus.html http://www.math.colostate.edu/~betten/courses/MATH281/FA09/281_syllabus.html
Class: M W F 4 - 4:50 pm, ENGRG E 104
Text: Steven R. Lay: Analysis - With an Introduction to Proof.
Homework: Assigned bi-weekly, due Wednesdays, no late homework is accepted
Monday 1pm, Friday 1pm.
Midterm 1: Wed, 9/16
Midterm 2: Wed, 10/14
Final: during Final's week.
The exact date can be found on the Registrar's website.
If you have a conflict, you need to discuss the matter with the
teacher well in advance.
Your final grade will be determined from a score of 500.
The midterms count 100 each, the homework counts 100, and the final is valued at 200 points.
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