Mathematical Thinking Problem-Solving And Proofs

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For an optimal learning experience we recommend that you buy your My Lab/Mastering with an integrated e Text.This survey of both discrete and continuous mathematics focuses on the logical thinking skills necessary to understand and communicate fundamental ideas and proofs in mathematics, rather than on rote symbolic manipulation.

Coverage begins with the fundamentals of mathematical language and proof techniques (such as induction); then applies them to easily-understood questi This survey of both discrete and continuous mathematics focuses on the logical thinking skills necessary to understand and communicate fundamental ideas and proofs in mathematics, rather than on rote symbolic manipulation.

Coverage begins with the fundamentals of mathematical language and proof techniques (such as induction); then applies them to easily-understood questions in elementary number theory and counting; then develops additional techniques of proofs via fundamental topics in discrete and continuous mathematics.

Students with excellent results in either the ACT Specialist Mathematics double major, NSW HSC Mathematics Extension 2 or equivalent may take this course in first year.

Students enrolled in MATH1115 may be eligible to take MATH2222 and should contact the course convenor of MATH2222 for a permission code.

Weekly problem sets (30%, LO 1,2,3) Mid-semester and final exams (20% and 30%, respectively, LO 1,2,3)Mid-semester and final exams (20%, LO 1,2,3,4)In addition, 1.

in consultation with the course lecturer, students will select a topic related to this course, and through reading of the relevant literature, acquire a fundamental knowledge of that topic.2.

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Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to: On satisfying the requirements of this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to:1.

At ANU 1 EFTSL is 48 units (normally 8 x 6-unit courses).

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