Who is it for?
- Age 13 to through college
What is included? With his usual zany adventures, Fred guides students through all the basics of an introductory logic course in high school or university. The 16 chapters include:
- Sentences in logic
- Inductive reasoning
- Seventeen logic fallacies
- Predicate logic
- Proofs in predicate logic
- Direct and indirect proofs
- Set theory as a predicate logic structure
- Axiom systems: consistent, complete, meaningful, independent, and recursive
- Arithmetic model
- Gödel numbering of symbols, sentences, and proofs
- Proof of the Diagonal Lemma
- Gödel’s Completeness theorem
- Gödel’s two Incompleteness theorems and their proofs
- Many puzzles and their complete solutions
- Teach teenagers the necessary foundations for philosophy and critical reasoning
- Add the newset edition to the Life of Fred series to your library
- Did you LOVE Duck? Duck comes back in this book!
About the Seller
Follow Fred, a five-year-old math professor at Kittens University, as his funny adventures lead students through all the math they'll ever need. Starting from basic kindergarten-level arithmetic, the Life of Fred book series teaches all the way through college math.
Dr. Stanley F. Schmidt designed these books to keep students engaged while also making math concepts memorable. Perfect for independent study, each unit teaches ideas that can be applied using real-world examples.