The seminars offer challenging and interesting mathematical topics that require only high school mathematics.

Ongoing course

**Section I****Time:** TR 10:00 – 11:50**Location:** Clarence M. Knudson Hall 101**Section 2****Time:** MW 10:00 – 11:50**Location:** Clarence M. Knudson Hall 101**Office hours:** TBA**TA:** Luke.Hetzel@du.edu

Grading

**Homework:** 60%**Participation in class:** 20%**Final (TBA) :** 20%

Homework sets

*All problems refer to our textbook*

Suggested Book

We won’t have a textbook because we will discuss several different topics in this course. But for the Parts II and III of the course, when we will be seeing the structure of mathematics and proving theorems, we will use the above. It is free to download.

Course notes

## Venn diagrams and Applications of Set Theory – MATH 1150

Venn diagrams and applications of set theory.

## The History of x and Sets – MATH 1150

Why do we need symbols in math? The language of sets.

## What is Mathematics? – MATH 1150

What is math? Golden Ration and beautiful formulas!

## Languages – MATH 1150

What is language? Types of languages and how to teach languages to a computer.