mth330 | undergraduate
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Number Systems and Functions
- Utilize Venn diagrams to represent logical concepts.
- Apply algebraic functions to real world scenarios.
- Describe the significance of mathematical theorem and proof.
- Perform operations in Real number systems.
Complex Numbers and Trigonometry
- Apply trigonometric concepts when solving proofs.
- Apply the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra.
- Perform arithmetic operations on complex numbers.
- Perform modular arithmetic.
- Apply mathematical formulas to code systems.
Basics of Logic
- Create sentences using standard mathematical terms.
- Utilize truth tables to represent logical concepts.
- Analyze arguments for validity.
- Construct valid logical arguments.
Integers and Induction
- Utilize the rules of arithmetic to create mathematical proofs.
- Apply mathematical algorithms to solve integer problems.
- Construct proofs by induction.
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