Introduction to Sets and Logic
Formerly known as MATH1120.03
This course is an introduction to sets, functions, relations, logic, induction
and proof techniques, and may include a smattering of basic combinatorics and
graph theory. It should be of value to mathematics or computer science majors,
and may also appeal to students wanting to apply mathematics to the social and
management sciences. The course is not open to students who have taken or
are taking any mathematics course (with second digit different from 5) at
3000 or higher level.
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The final grade will be based on class tests and a final
examination (and possibly assignments).
Prerequisites: One OAC in mathematics or equivalent.
Exclusions: AS/SC/MATH1120.03. This course is not open to any student
who has taken or is taking any 3000- or higher-level MATH course.
Coordinator: R. G. Burns