Review of Mathematical Logic

In teaching abstract algebra, our philosophy is to start start right in on the algebra, rather than spending a lot of time on prerequisites from logic and set theory. This means that we grade a lot of homework papers very carefully, and provide help in writing proofs and using logic in the context of working the exercises in the text. For students who would like a more formal review of logic, here is a list of sites that we hope will be helpful.
Introduction to Logic, for Liberal Arts and Business Majors,
      by Stefan Waner and Steven R. Costenoble, Hofstra University
Notes on set theory, logic, proof, etc,
      from Cal State, San Bernardino
About Proof by Induction,
      by David Sumner, University of South Carolina
A Crash Course in the Mathematics of Infinite Sets,
      by Peter Suber, Earlham College
A home page for the Axiom of Choice,
      by Eric Schechter, Vanderbilt University

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