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An Introduction to Proof via Inquiry-Based Learning

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Overview

These notes are an IBL task sequence for an introduction to proof course. The task-sequence was written by Dana Ernst (Northern Arizona University), but the first half of the notes are an adaptation of notes written by Stan Yoshinobu (Cal Poly) and Matthew Jones (California State University, Dominguez Hills). Any errors in the notes are no one's fault but my own. In this vein, if you think you see an error, please inform me, so that it can be remedied.

License Information

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Under the following conditions:

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When attributing this work, please include Stan and Matt, as well as me.

Comments

You can find the most up-to-date version of these notes on Github. I would be thrilled if you used these notes and improved them. If you make any modifications, you can either make a pull request on Github or submit the improvements to me at dana@danaernst.com.

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