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W 1/16 
Introduction, representing numbers, signvalue systems, Roman numerals, placevalue systems, decimal numbers 
2 
F 1/18 
Positional number systems, decimal number system, binary number system, hexadecimal system, Mayan and Babylonian number systems 

M 1/21 
NO CLASS 
3 
W 1/23 
Sets, elements, ∈, ∉, ellipses, union, ∪, intersection, ∩, subsets, ⊆ 
4 
F 1/25 
natural numbrs, integers, complements, setbuilder notation 
5 
M 1/28 
Definitions, size of a set, cardinality, 1to1 matchings between sets, Cantor's definition of cardinality 
6 
W 1/30 
Cardinality, countable sets, integers and rationals are countable, the Grand Hilbert Hotel 
7 
F 2/1 
Introduction to mathematical arguments and logic: statements, negation, conjunction (and), disjunction (or) 
8 
M 2/4 
Quantifiers, proof by contradiction, √ 2 is not rational 
9 
W 2/6 
Uncountability of the real numbers, introduction to Number Theory 
10 
F 2/8 
Prime numbers, there are infinitely many primes, finding primes, Fermat primes, Mersenne primes 
11 
M 2/11 
Sieve of Erathostenes, Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, divisibility, Euclid's Lemma 
12 
W 2/13 
Gauss' formula, proof by induction 
13 
F 2/15 
Review 
14 
M 2/18 
FIRST MIDTERM EXAM 

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W 2/20 

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F 2/22 

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M 2/25 

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W 2/27 

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F 3/1 



SPRING BREAK 
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M 3/11 

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W 3/13 

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F 3/15 

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M 3/18 

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W 3/20 

25 
F 3/22 

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M 3/25 

27 
W 3/27 
Review 
28 
F 3/29 
SECOND MIDTERM EXAM 

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M 4/1 

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W 4/3 

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F 4/5 

32 
M 4/8 

33 
W 4/10 

34 
F 4/12 

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M 4/15 

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W 4/17 

37 
F 4/19 

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M 4/22 

39 
W 4/24 

40 
F 4/26 

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M 4/28 
Review 
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W 5/1 
THIRD MIDTERM EXAM 