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|MATH 6170 - Sets and Logic|
Includes topics in three categories: 1) Propositions, predicates, quantifiers, truth tables, tautologies, and methods of mathematical proof including mathematical induction. 2) Sets, relations, functions, graphs, cardinality, and the Axiom of Choice. 3) Applications of these foundations to selected results in algebra and analysis as time permits. It is recommended that this course be taken early in the graduate program.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Mathematical Sciences Department
College of Basic & Applied