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  • 2/28 Class on Tuesday, Feb. 28, will be a question/answer session for Test 1. Bring questions.
  • 2/16 Test 1 will cover from the beginning of the course through Section 4.1, i.e., the through the current homework.
  • 2/6 It is possible office hours will start late on Wed., Feb. 8 (I will be coming to campus from a doctor's appointment).
  • 2/1 The School has various scholarships for students. You can't win if you don't apply. See https://math.asu.edu/scholarships
  • 1/23 My office hour on Wed, 1/25, is cancelled for a doctor's appointment.
  • About this course
    This is a course in how to read and write mathematical proofs. This involves
    • Formal logic
    • Use of quantifiers and variables
    • Basic proof techniques
    We will practice our proof writing primarily with set theory, which underlies many subjects in math.
  • Exams:
    • Test 1: March 2
    • Test 2: April 13
    • Final: May 2
  • Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00-2:50, Wednesdays 1:00-1:50, and by appointment starting on January 9.
  • ASU Student Code of Conduct, especially F1 and G.
  • ASU policy on rescheduling final exams: ACD 304-01
  • ASU policy on missed classes.
Last Update: February 21, 2017

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