This is a book about mathematics and mathematical thinking. It is intended for the serious learner who is interested in studying some deductive strategies in the context of a variety of elementary mathematical situations. No background beyond single-variable calculus is presumed.... the standard first-semester calculus and the more theory-oriented, upper-level courses, such as abstract or linear algebra, analysis, or topology. The main topical structure, humanistic emphasis, and problem-solving philosophy of the first edition still remain. ... Finally, an instructora#39;s manual containing solutions to problems not solved in the answers/hints section, together with a set of sample tests, hasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Abstract Mathematics|
|Author||:||John F. Lucas|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 1990-01-01|