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511.352 ZIM Computational complexity : a quantitative perspective | 511.352015118 TUR Computable models | 511.36 BUR Extending the frontiers of mathematics : inquiries into proof and argumentation | 511.36 CHO Introduction to proof through number theory | 511.36 EHR Linear logic in computer science | 511.36 GUN Handbook of mathematical induction : theory and applications | 511.36 LOL Meaning of proofs : mathematics as storytelling |

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Lighten up about mathematics! Have fun. If you read this book, you will have to endure bad math puns and jokes and out-of-date pop culture references. You'll learn some really cool mathematics to boot. In the process, you will immerse yourself in living, thinking, and breathing logical reasoning. We like to call this proofs, which to some is a bogey word, but to us it is a boogie word. You will learn how to solve problems, real and imagined. After all, math is a game where, although the rules are pretty much set, we are left to our imaginations to create. Think of this book as blueprints, but you are the architect of what structures you want to build. Make sure you lay a good foundation, for otherwise your buildings might fall down. To help you through this, we guide you to think and plan carefully. Our playground consists of basic math, with a loving emphasis on number theory. We will encounter the known and the unknown. Ancient and modern inquirers left us with elementary-sounding mathematical puzzles that are unsolved to this day. You will learn induction, logic, set theory, arithmetic, and algebra, and you may one day solve one of these puzzles.

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