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Chapter Zero : Fundamentals Notions of Abstract Mathematics - 96 edition

Chapter Zero : Fundamentals Notions of Abstract Mathematics (ISBN10: 0201826534; ISBN13: 9780201826531)
ISBN13: 978-0201826531
ISBN10: 0201826534

Summary: This text is a sophomore- or junior-level introduction to the fundamental concepts and techniques used in abstract mathematics. It guides students through the transition from a more computational course to higher level work. It does so by actively engaging students in every step of the development of a central core of ideas common to all branches of mathematics. FEATURES:
  • Following the foundatio
    n work of Chapters 1­6, the remaining, self-contained, chapters offer three alternative avenues for continued study. This text uses a unique approach in which students construct their own understandings.
  • Logic is used as a tool for analyzing the content of mathematical assertions and for constructing valid mathematical proofs.
  • Order structure is used primarily in Chapter 4 and extensively throughout the rest of the text.
  • Rigorous axiomatic treatment of set theory is introduced in Appendices A and B (which are written in the same style as the text's chapters).
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Summary: This text is a sophomore- or junior-level introduction to the fundamental concepts and techniques used in abstract mathematics. It guides students through the transition from a more computational course to higher level work. It does so by actively engaging students in every step of the development of a central core of ideas common to all branches of mathematics. FEATURES:
  • Following the foundation work of Chapters 1­6, the remaining, self-contained, chapters offer three alternative avenues for continued study. This text uses a unique approach in which students construct their own understandings.
  • Logic is used as a tool for analyzing the content of mathematical assertions and for constructing valid mathematical proofs.
  • Order structure is used primarily in Chapter 4 and extensively throughout the rest of the text.
  • Rigorous axiomatic treatment of set theory is introduced in Appendices A and B (which are written in the same style as the text's chapters).
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Edition/Copyright: 96
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc.
Year Published: 1996
International: No

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