# Class Notes for Mike Eden

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UWMATH135Mike EdenFall

## Lecture 5-7 notes Lecture 5-7 notes including strong induction

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Sometimes induction doesn"t work where it looks like it should. We then need to change our ap- proach a bit. The following example is similar to exampl
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UWMATH135Mike EdenFall

## Lecture 3 notes Lecture 3 Winter 2009 notes including compound and converse statements

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This notation is not standard, but is used by our textbook. R = the set of all real numbers. If a and b are mathematical statements, we often see compo
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## Lecture 8 Lecture 8, binomial theorem

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16 Oct 2011
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Recall that we are trying to come up with a way of expanding (a + b)n without actually having to expand it for each value of n in which we are interest
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## Lecture 4-5 notes Lecture 4-5 notes including proof by induction

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## Lecture 1 Notes Winter 2009 Lecture 1 notes

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16 Oct 2011
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Two of the main purposes of math 135 are to teach you about proof (what it means, how to prove things, etc. ) and to teach you about precision in mathe
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## Lecture 2 Notes Winter 2009 Lecture 2 notes

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## Lecture 9 Lecture 9, other proof styles

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In mathematics, we often see statements of the form a if and only if b (a b). (see assignment. This means (if a then b) and (if b then a) . The parenth
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