**Introduction to Advanced Mathematical Thinking**

Course Description: The propositional and predicate calculus, set theory, methods of
mathematical proof, inductive and recursive thinking, relations and
functions, infinity. Emphasis is on rigorous proofs of mathematical
statements. Prerequisite: MTH 275 (or 256) or APM 263 or permission of department.

**Grading **

There will be a homework set every Tuesday due the following Tuesday.

- Homework 70 % (There will be 12 homework sets)
- Final 30 %

The grade will be computed as follows:

Grade= (T-35)/15, where T is your total score.

**Homework (due dates)**

Each homework set will have 4-5 problems. You can work in groups, but you should write the problems by yourself and be prepared to come and explain your solutions on the blackboard before the class.

- Jan. 10: Homework # 1
- Jan. 17: Homework # 2
- Jan. 24: Homework # 3
- Jan. 31: Homework # 4
- Feb. 7: Homework # 5
- Feb. 14: Homework # 6
- Feb. 28: Homework # 7
- Mar. 7: Homework # 8
- Mar. 14: Homework # 9
- Mar. 21: Homework # 10
- Mar. 28: Homework # 11
- April 4: Homework # 12
- April 11: Homework # 13

**Course Policies:** For all the problems and concerns you might have, you are encouraged to talk

to me. No cellular phones or any electronic equipment is allowed during lecture. No makeups will

be given other then in case of documented emergencies. Class participation is mandatory.

Normally, I do not answer email related to homework assignments.

**Honor Code:** You are not allowed to ask for help or work in groups for any of the homework

assignments. Further, I do not tolerate any kind of academic dishonesty. Appropriate measures

according to Oakland University regulations will be take for any case of cheating or breaking other

rules.

Latex:

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