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Set theory was introduced by Cantor in 1872, who was attempting to understand the concept of "infinity" which defied the mathematical world since the Greeks. Set Theory is fundamental to modern mathematics  any mathematical theory must be formulated within the framework of set theory, or else it is deemed invalid. It is the alphabet of mathematics.
In this course we will study naive set theory. Fundamental object such as the natural numbers and the real numbers will be constructed. Structures such as partial orders and functions will be studied. And of course, we will explore infinite sets.
Study Type  Undergraduate  Level  1 

Session  Second Sub Session  Credit Points  15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits) 
Campus  Aberdeen  Sustained Study  No 
Coordinators 

Syllabus
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1st Attempt
Course assignment  33.3%
Course assignment  33.3%
Essay  33.4%
One week for each assessment
Alternative Resit Arrangements
Resubmission of failed elements (pass mark carried forward)
There are no assessments for this course.
Knowledge Level  Thinking Skill  Outcome 

Factual  Remember  ILO’s for this course are available in the course guide. 
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