Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof (Ted Sundstrom)

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Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof (Ted Sundstrom)

The first collegiate mathematics course text, Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof, focuses on the formal evolution of mathematics and exposes students to the construction and writing of proofs.

The text's main objectives are to aid students in two areas: Developing their capacity for logical thought and expanding their capacity for abstract thought in situations requiring evidence. Build your capacity for creating and expressing mathematical arguments utilizing common techniques like direct proofs, proofs by contradiction, mathematical induction, case studies, and counterexamples.

Learn to read and comprehend mathematical proofs that are written down. Develop your creative problem-solving and thinking skills. enhance their mathematical communication skills. This entails enhancing mathematical writing skills, reading comprehension, and conversational communication. It is better to comprehend the language and nature of mathematics.

The provision of information to pupils that they will require for their subsequent study of mathematics is another crucial aim of this text.

The book's salient qualities include: the construction of mathematical proofs that places a strong emphasis on writing. Places a focus on active learning. includes content required for additional math study.

Ebook Details

Published Date / Year
(June 11, 2014); eBook (version 2.1, June 19, 2014)
680 pages
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