MATH 2710: Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Description: A course designed to prepare the serious student for the more theoretical upper division mathematics courses. It includes basic concepts, principles and techniques of mathematical proof. It will also cover concepts commonly assumed in some of the higher mathematics courses; these concepts include sets, set operations, indexed family of sets, equivalence relations and partitions, functions, one-to-one functions, onto functions, induced set functions,....
Prerequisites: Math 1132, 1152 or consent of instructor. Not open to student who have passed Math 2143.
Offered: Fall Spring
Sections: Fall 2018 on Storrs Campus
Coordinator: Dzhafarov, Damir
Coordinated Sections: all
|06623||2710||001||Lecture||MWF 12:20:00 PM-01:10:00 PM||MONT113||Wallace, Erik|
|09552||2710||002||Lecture||TuTh 02:00:00 PM-03:15:00 PM||MONT421||Rogers, Luke|
|08284||2710W||001||Lecture||TuTh 11:00:00 AM-12:15:00 PM||MONT414||Rogers, Luke|
|10629||2710W||002||Lecture||MWF 10:10:00 AM-11:00:00 AM||MONT113||Dzhafarov, Damir|