This course is designed to develop the studentâ€™s ability to do abstract mathematics through the presentation and development of the basic notions of logic and proof. Topics include elementary set theory, mappings, integers, rings, complex numbers, and polynomials.

- Syllabus
- MATH2216 notes by Howard and Gross
*Introduction to Mathematical Arguments,*by Michael Hutchings- Homework assignments:
- First assignment, due Friday, September 2.
- Second assignment, due Wednesday, September 7.
- Third assignment, due Friday, September 9.
- Fourth assignment, due Monday, September 12.
- Fifth assignment, due Wednesday, September 14.
- Sixth assignment, due Friday, September 16.
- Seventh assignment, due Monday, September 19.
- Eighth assignment, due Wednesday, September 21.
- Ninth assignment, due Friday, September 23.
- Tenth assignment, due Wednesday, September 28.
- Eleventh assignment, due Friday, September 30.
- Twelfth assignment, due Friday, October 14.
- Thirteenth assignment, due Monday, October 17.
- Fourteenth assignment, due Wednesday, October 19.
- Fifteenth assignment, due Friday, October 21.
- Sixteenth assignment, due Monday, October 24.
- Seventeenth assignment, due Wednesday, October 26.
- Eighteenth assignment, due Friday, October 28.
- Nineteenth assignment, due Monday, October 31.

- Examinations
- Wednesday, October 5.
- Monday, November 7.
- Wednesday, December 7.
- Final examination: Wednesday, December 14, 12:30PM