Textbook, Enderton, with separate notes by Simon Thomas, edited by Saul
Schleimer, which we will follow.

The notes are available both on Saul Schleimer's page,
(here), and in our own Sakai site which you can find by logging in
at sakai.rutgers.edu.

Two midterms, one final examination, regular homework, consisting largely of writing proofs. Relies on the skills taught in Math 300 (Mathematical Reasoning).

Topics:

- Part I: Set Theory as a Foundation of Mathematics.
- Construction of the integers, rationals, and reals. Proof of l.u.b. property.
- Part II: Modern Set Theory
- Cardinals, Ordinals, Well-Ordering, The Axiom of Choice, and the Cumulative Hierarchy

For a syllabus and further information, see the Sakai site. Email the instructor (username cherlin, host math.rutgers.edu) for access if not yet on the roster. (Subject line should include the number "361").