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Test 1
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
October 10th, 2007
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1. Construct the complete truth table for the propositional form: P Q Q R
P
QR
10 points
2. Suppose that P Q is false. Evaluate:
(a) (P Q)
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Test 2
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
Summer 2011
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Dr. Norfolk
1. Disprove: (x IR Q )(y IR Q )(x + y IR Q ).
Q
Q
Q
10 points
2. Grade the following proof, and explain your reasoning:
A - completely correct, if
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Test 3 (take home)
Summer 2011
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Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
Dr. Norfolk
1. Let P denote the set of all people alive on August 1, 2011, and B be the set of all books
written before that day.
Dene a relation
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Test 2
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
April 20, 2009
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Dr. Norfolk
1. (a) Claim: For sets A, B, C ,
A (B C ) = (A B ) (A C )
Find a counterexample to this claim.
10 points
(b) Prove the following: If A, B are s
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Test 2
November 21st, 2007
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Dr. Norfolk
1. (a) Claim: For sets A, B, C ,
A (B C ) = (A B ) (A C ).
Find a counterexample to this claim.
10 points
(b) Prove the following: If A, B
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Test 1
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
Feb 25, 2009
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Dr. Norfolk
1. Construct the complete truth table for the propositional form: P R Q R
P
QR
10 points
2. Suppose that P Q is false. Evaluate:
(a) (P Q) Q
5 po
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Test 1
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
Summer 2011
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Dr. Norfolk
1. Draw the most general Venn diagram for sets A, B, C , and shade the region which represents
(C A) B .
5 points
2. List the elements of A = cfw_
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Final Examination
Dec 12, 2007
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1. Dene the following terms :
(a) The Cartesian product of sets A and B
4 points
(b) R is a relation from A to B
4 points
(c) The doma
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Final Examination (take-home)
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Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307
Due: Wednesday, May 6, 2009, 10:00am
1. Let cfw_xn be a sequence of real numbers. Recall that lim xn = L if and only if, given any
n
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Homework #5
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
Prove the following, by the basic method indicated:
1. (Trivial) Let x IR. If 0 < x < 1, then x2 2x + 2 = 0.
2. (Vacuous) Let n IN. If |n 1| + |n + 1| 1, then |n2 1| 4.
3. (Direct
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Homework #8
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
1. Disprove: If n cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, then 3 | (2n2 + 1).
2. Prove by contradiction: If x is irrational and r is a non-zero rational, then rx is irrational.
3. If x > 0 and x
2
> 1
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Homework #4
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
1. Determine which of the following are statements, and give the truth value.
(a) Is it raining outside now?
(b) February 14 is Valentines Day
(c) This sentence is false
(d) Add th
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Homework #3
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
1. Let A = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4. How many possible partitions of A exist?
2. Let B = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Find partitions S of B for which
(a) |S | = 3
(b) cfw_5 S
3. Let C = cfw_a, b. L
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Homework #1
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
1. Let A = cfw_a, cfw_b, c, cfw_c. Determine whether the following are true or false.
(a) b A
(b) cfw_a A
(c) a A
(d) cfw_a A
(e) c A.
2. (a) Write B = cfw_n Z : n2 < 8 in roster f
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Homework #2
Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics 3450:307 Dr. Norfolk
1. Sketch the most general Venn diagram for three sets A, B, C , and shade the region
(a) (C B ) A
(b) C (A B )
2. Give an example of sets A, B, C which are intervals, and for whic