This module teaches the language of higher mathematics, and how to use it with precision and fluency in a variety of contexts. For raw material, it calls on the mathematics developed in the first year, which you will see from a more mature perspective. The module also develops some elements of logic that serve as the basis for an analysis of the main techniques used in mathematical proofs. You will get a lot of practice and feedback through the coursework.
ASSESSMENT & MARKING CRITERIA
You can check the assessment format for this module under the Teaching and Assessment Overview link in the Module Content box below. Exams and grades are scrutinised for fairness by a team of independent external examiners. The criteria used in marking are made explicit in the past exam papers made available to you for the course.
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