[Ebook] Math Shorts - Set Theory By Metin Bektas – Tactical-player.co.uk

Math Shorts - Set Theory Set Theory Is The Foundation Of Abstract Mathematical Reasoning This Book Allows The Beginner To Delve Into This Fascinating Field By Explaining The Concepts, Operations And Symbols In A Down To Earth Manner Plenty Of Exercises With Solutions, Proofs And Illustrations Help To Make The Learning Experience Vivid From The Basics Of Sets, Relations And Functions, The Text Takes The Reader All The Way To One Of The Most Exciting Topics In Mathematics The Cardinality Of Infinite SetsFrom The Author Of The Math Shorts Series, Great Formulas Explained, Statistical Snacks, And ManyImportant Note To Enjoy The Book, The Reader Should Be Familiar With The Basics Of High School Algebra Check Out The Free E Book Algebra The Very Basics For This And Should Have A Passion For Abstract Thinking


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7 thoughts on “Math Shorts - Set Theory

  1. says:

    Riddled with errors Did nobody actually check before publishing Unforgivable sloppiness.


  2. says:

    A fantastic guide to learning the topic Highly recommended.


  3. says:

    I thought this was a good introduction to set theory Enjoying to read through and I appreciated the knowledge checks at the end of most sections.My only problem was that there were a couple of errors that weren t caught in the proof reading process In 2.8 the author states, For example, the intersection of the natural number


  4. says:

    At times, while reading this book, I honestly felt I m reading a novel Metin Bektas has basically dramatized set theory in this book, building up to its epic conclusion the infinity, and beyond.But don t assume that the book offers superficial information After being away from mathematics for four years, I needed something to refresh


  5. says:

    This is what they should teach kids in school The foundation of mathematics that has a perfect analogy in real lifestyle that even kids know about.


  6. says:

    great


  7. says:

    Just enough for my needs The only reason I gave this a 4 rather than a 5 was there was no bibliography or suggested readings on the various sections, overall a good job though.


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