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Learning Objectives L01 Set Concepts and Subsets (2.1, 2.2) Due date: 08/23 (extended until 09/02) 1. Indicate sets by the description method, roster method, and by using set builder notation. 2. Determine if a set is well defined. 3. Determine if a set is finite or infinite. 4. Determine if sets are equal, equivalent, or neither. 5. Find the cardinal number of a set. 6. Determine if a set is equal to the empty set. 7. Use the proper notation for the empty set. 8. Give an example of a universal set and list all of its subsets and all of its proper subsets. 9. Properly use notation for element, subset, and proper subset. 10. Determine if a number represents a cardinal number or an ordinal number. 11. Be able to determine the number of subsets and proper subsets that can be formed from a universal set without listing them. L02 Venn Diagrams and Set Operations (2.3, 2.4) Due date: 08/26 (extended until 09/02) 1. Determine if sets are disjoint. 2. Find the complement of a set. 3. Find the intersection of a set. 4. Find the union of a set. 5. Find the difference of two sets. 6. Apply several set operations involved in a statement. 7. Determine sets from a Venn diagram. 8. Use the formula that yields the cardinal number of a union. 9. Construct a Venn diagram given two sets. 10. Construct a Venn diagram given three sets. L03 Equality of Sets; Applications of Sets (2.4, 2.5) Due date: 08/30 (extended until 09/02) 1. Determine if set statements are equal by using Venn diagrams or DeMorgan's laws. 2. Write a description of the different regions of a Venn diagram. 3. Construct a Venn diagram from a real-life problem. 4. Apply set statements to a real-life problem. L04 Statements & Logical Connectives; Truth Tables (3.1, 3.2) Due date: 09/02 1. Determine if a compound statement is a negation, conjunction, disjunction, conditional, or biconditional. 2. Write a compound statement given in words in symbolic form. 3. Write a compound statement given in symbolic form into words.
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4. Write the negation of a statement. 5.
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