6 edition of How to Read and Do Proofs found in the catalog.
October 25, 2004
Written in English
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Contents Preface ix Introduction x I Fundamentals 1. Sets 3 IntroductiontoSets 3 TheCartesianProduct 8 Subsets 11 PowerSets 14 Union,Intersection,Diﬀerence Have the computer read your book to you out loud. The intonations are often off – it’s a computer, after all – but it is an easy way to find the places where you missed or repeated a word, where a sentence doesn’t read ‘right’ and other errors that .
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The approach is to categorize, identify, and explain (at the student's level) the various techniques that are used repeatedly in all proofs, regardless of the subject in which the proofs arise.
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Community Reviews. /5(12). How to Read and Do Proofs: An Introduction 3RD EDITION on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How to Read and Do Proofs: An Introduction 3RD EDITION by Daniel Solow. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Manufacturer: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, An easy-to-use guide that shows how to read, understand, and do proofs.
Shows how any proof can be understood as a sequence of techniques. Covers the full range of techniques used in proofs, such as the contrapositive, induction, and proof by contradiction. Daniel Solow’s How to Read and Do Proofs begins with the simpler methods of mathematical proof-writing and gradually works toward the more advanced techniques typically presented in an introduction to advanced mathematics.
This book accomplishes the vast majority of what it was written to do. The fifth edition also presents new, self-contained chapters on uniqueness, induction, either/or, and max/min methods.
Several final examples of how to read and do proofs are included in the final chapter to reinforce the reader’s knowledge of the various proof techniques. write a whole book on this topic; see for example How to read and do proofs: an introduction to mathematical thought process by D.
Solow). There are many more beautiful examples of proofs that I would like to show you; but this might then turn. If you are looking for a basic book on how to develop formal mathematical proofs, here are a couple of options that I've tried: * Daniel Solow's How to Read and Do Proofs .
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The fifth edition also presents new, self-contained chapters on uniqueness, induction, either/or, and max/min methods. Several final examples of how to read and do proofs are included in the final chapter to reinforce the reader's knowledge of the various proof techniques.
(source: Nielsen Book. How to Read and do Proofs by Daniel Solow This book will help any 'A'-Level maths learner to make the step-change from 'showing' to proving.
From needing the textbook, or Google, or a well-meaning friend, to show you, to trying to work it out for yourself/5(1). Daniel Solow’s new Fourth Edition of HOW TO READ AND DO PROOFS will help you master the basic techniques that are used in all proofs, regardless of the mathematical subject matter in which the proof arises.
Once you have a firm grasp of the techniques, you’ll be better equipped to read, understand and actually do : $ I don't think many mathematicians ever read a book just on how to do proofs, you just start reading math books and kind of get the idea of proofs as you go.
I suggest just start with a good book on either abstract algebra or real analysis and just start reading from chapter 1 and see if you don't just pick up how it works. Math & Physics Books.
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How to Self-Explain To improve your understanding of a proof, there is a series of techniques you should apply. After reading each line: Try to identify and elaborate the main ideas in the proof. George Polya's How to Solve It immediately comes to mind. I know many now fantastic pre-mathematicians who learned calculus and the basics of analysis from Spivak's Calculus and even if you know the material to go back and do it again in a formal way is very healthy.
In addition Proofs from THE BOOK was mentioned above and was recommended to me by Ngo Bao Chao when I asked about books .Writing proofs is essentially a sequence of statements and their justifications.
We all learn some form of proof writing in geometry when we write two column proofs. With that being said, there are many techniques used in proof oriented problems. There are many good books which have already been mentioned. Buy a cheap copy of How to Read and Do Proofs: An book by Daniel Solow.
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