Lesson 1

1.1 DodgeballLesson 2

1.2 PuzzlesLesson 3

1.3 EstimationLesson 4

1.4 Pigeonhole PrincipleLesson 5

1.5 Fibonacci numbers

- Subject:
- Mathematics
- Material Type:
- Full Course
- Level:
- Workforce Education (Technical), Academic Lower Division
- Provider:
- University of Texas at Austin
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# MATH 1332 Introduction to Mathematics (M 302)

This is a terminal course satisfying the University's general education requirement in mathematics. Topics may include: number theory (divisibility, prime numbers, the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, gcd, Euclidean Algorithm, modular arithmetic, special divisibility tests), probability (definition, laws, permutations, and combinations), network theory (Euler circuits, traveling salesman problem, bin packing), game theory.

Unit 1

Unit 1
Unit 2

Unit 2
Lesson 1

2.1 Prime numbersLesson 2

2.2 Rational numbersLesson 3

2.3 Real numbersLesson 4

2.4 One-to-one correspondencesLesson 6

2.6 Multiple sizes of infinity

Unit 3

Unit 3
Lesson 1

3.1 Pythagorean TheoremLesson 2

3.2 Golden rectanglesLesson 3

3.3 Platonic solidsLesson 4

3.4 4D Basics and SkillsLesson 5

3.5 4D Stacking and SlicingLesson 6

3.6 4D Cubes and Triangles

Unit 4

Unit 4
Lesson 1

4.1 TopologyLesson 2

4.2 Four special surfacesLesson 3

4.3 Knot TheoryLesson 4

4.4 Torus Knots

Unit 5

Unit 5
Unit 6

Unit 6