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Required reading. All of Spivak Chapter 5.
To be handed in. From Spivak Chapter 5: 1 (odd parts), 3 (odd parts), 13, 21, 37.
Recommended for extra practice. From Spivak Chapter 5: 1 (even parts), 3 (even parts), 14, 24, 26.
Just for fun. Are there irrational numbers and so that would be rational? Can you find irrational numbers and so that would be rational?
Notice that these are two questions and not one. There is some interesting tale on the philosophy of mathematics for which this is a prime example; have your professor tell you about it some day between XX:00AM and XX:10AM.