This is the course web page for the course **Logic**.

**What you will get from the course**: The focus of this course is to learn practical logic concepts and skills, both to prepare for future studies in mathematics, computer science, engineering, and science, and also to be able to assess the validity of arguments that one commonly finds in the news and information media. Topics include the role of logic in mathematics and science, using classical argument forms, constructing proofs of mathematical theorems, constructing effective computational algorithms, logical fallacies in ordinary language and in scientific discourse, and analyzing arguments to assess their validity. This course will prepare you for computer science courses, for proof-oriented mathematics courses, and for other courses that you will take in first-year university that require good logical reasoning, such as other science courses, and courses in the humanities, such as philosophy and law.

**Syllabus**

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