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loaded in screen.css aad-20220314--> Skip to Bulletin Content Skip to Bulletin Navigation AZ Index Bulletin Home Institution Home Washington University in St.Louis Send Page to Printer Download / Print Options Toggle menu Search Bulletin Submit search --> About Washington University Programs of Study Undergraduate Graduate &​ Professional About This Bulletin Search Results Search Results 2023-24 Bulletin About Washington University Programs of Study Undergraduate Graduate &​ Professional About This Bulletin Bulletin Submit search --> Search Send Page to Printer Download / Print Options Search Results Bulletin›Search Results›Search Results Change Edition 2023-24 (2 results) 2022-23 (2 results) 2020-21 (2 results) 2019-20 (2 results) 2018-19 (1 result) 2017-18 (1 result) 2016-17 (1 result) 2015-16 (0 results) 2014-15 (0 results) 2013-14 (0 results) 2012-13 (0 results) 2011-12 (0 results) Go L24 Math 310 Foundations for Higher Mathematics Introduction to the rigorous techniques used in more advanced mathematics. Topics include postpositional logic, use of quantifiers, set theory, methods of proof and disproof (counterexamples), foundations of mathematics. Use of these tools in the construction of number systems and in other areas such as elementary number theory, combinatorial arguments and elementary proofs in analysis. Prerequisite: Math 233.Credit 3 units. A&S IQ: NSM Arch: NSM Art: NSM View Sections Mathematics and Statistics http://bulletin.wustl.edu/undergrad/artsci/mathematics-and-statistics/Mathematics has always held a central position in the liberal arts, and, over time, it has also come to play an important role in more and more aspects of our lives. Mathematical analysis and modeling are involved in many areas far beyond the traditional association of mathematics with the physical sciences and engineering. This fact is reflected in the diversity of the students who study at least some mathematics during their time at Washington University — students who recognize the importance of quantitative skills in a world that is becoming more and more technological. Contact Info About Washington University Programs of Study Undergraduate Graduate &​ Professional About This Bulletin Search Results Search Results Office of the University Registrar Washington University in St. Louis Women's Building, Suite 10 One Brookings Drive, MSC 1143-0156-0B St. Louis, MO 63130-4899 314-935-5959 | fax: 314-935-4268 [email protected] https://registrar.wustl.edu Email the Bulletin editor Additional Resources Admissions Course Listings Financial Aid Bulletin A-Z Index Site Map facebook twitter instagram youtube flickr --> Snapchat TikTok © 2023 Washington University in St. Louis Close this window Print Options Back to top

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