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## Table Of Contents

1.1 Goals
1.2 Reading
1.3 Classroom Discussion
1.3.1 Warm up
1.3.2 The Liar Paradox
1.3.3 The Formalism of Logic
1.3.4 Mathematical Induction
1.4 Problems
1.5 Additional Literature
2.1 Goals
2.2 Reading
2.3 Classroom Discussion
2.3.1 Warm up
2.3.2 Cards and coins
2.4 Problems
2.5 Additional Literature
3.1 Goals
3.2 Reading
3.3 Classroom Discussion
3.3.1 Examples of graphs
3.3.2 Eulerian graphs
3.3.3 Hamiltonian graphs
3.3.4 Euler’s formula
3.3.5 Coloring graphs
3.4 Problems
3.5 Additional Literature
Number Theory
4.1 Goals
4.2 Reading
4.3 Classroom Discussion
4.3.1 Basic Number Theory
4.3.2 Unsolved Problems
4.3.3 Fermat’s Little Theorem and Euler’s Generaliza-
4.3.4 Chinese Remainder Theorem
4.3.5 Exact Solutions to Systems of Equations
4.4 Problems
4.4.1 Cryptoanalysis
4.4.2 Other types of number puzzles
5.1 Goals
5.2 Reading
5.3 Classroom Discussion
5.3.1 Cryptography
5.3.2 RSA Code
5.3.3 Error-Correcting Codes
5.3.4 Nim
5.4 Problems
Constructibility
6.1 Goals
6.2 Reading
6.3 Classroom Discussion
6.3.1 Classical Constructions
6.3.2 Polynomials and Field Extensions
6.3.3 Constructibility
6.4 Problems
Game Theory
7.1 Goals
7.2 Reading
7.3 Classroom Discussion
7.3.1 Warm up
7.3.2 Examples of games
7.3.3 Generalizations
7.4 Problems
7.5 Additional Literature
Set Theory and Foundations
8.1 Goals
8.2 Reading
8.3 Classroom Discussion
8.3.1 The axiomatic method
8.3.2 Peano’s axioms
8.3.3 Cantor’s theorems
8.3.4 The continuum hypothesis
8.3.5 G¨odel’s incompleteness theorems
8.4 Problems
8.5 Additional Literature
9.1 Goals
9.2 Reading
9.3 Classroom Discussion
9.3.1 Intuitive limits
9.3.2 Continued fractions
9.3.3 The p-adic numbers
9.4 Problems
9.5 Additional Literature
10.1 Goals
10.2 Reading
10.3 Classroom Discussion
10.3.1 The function concept
10.3.2 Transcendental functions
10.3.3 Mercator’s map and rhumb lines
10.4 Problems
10.5 Additional Literature
Plane geometry
11.1 Goals
11.2 Classroom Discussion
11.2.1 Algebraic geometry
11.2.2 Non-Euclidean geometry
11.3 Problems
11.4 Additional Literature
Beyond the real numbers
12.1 Goals
12.2 Reading
12.3 Classroom Discussion
12.3.1 The complex numbers
12.3.2 The solution of cubic and quartic equations
12.3.3 The fundamental theorem of algebra
12.3.4 Reﬂections and rotations
12.3.5 Quaternions
13.1 Paradoxes
13.2 Special Functions
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Survey of Maths Problems

# Survey of Maths Problems

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