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    Grinnell College
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MAT 218 - Discrete Bridges to Advanced Mathematics

4 credits (Fall and Spring)
Discrete Bridges to Advanced Mathematics courses prepare students for the 300-level foundations courses through careful attention to mathematical proof writing and creative problem solving. Skill building is a fundamental component: skills include working with fundamental tools of logic to write convincing arguments, grappling deeply with difficult mathematical problems, and reading upper-level undergraduate mathematical texts. Math 218 addresses counting techniques and other discrete topics needed for computer science. May be repeated once for credit when content changes with permission of instructor. For current course content please see the variable topic course listing below or search the online live schedule of courses.

Prerequisite: MAT 215 .
Instructor: Staff