Logic course for the gifted

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Recently I've had the pleasure to review a logic course by IMACS - Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science. This course is meant for the mathematically precocious middle/high schoolers. It truly is not for everyone - there is even an aptitude test before entering the course.

The logic course I reviewed is the first course in the Elements of Mathematics series for gifted secondary school students. Top universities are keen on recruiting students who have studied this math curriculum.

Read the review here: Introduction to Logic course (Propositional Logic) by IMACS.

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Anonymous said…
Hello Maria, did you see the logic part of
Hilbert II?
It is very basic but it is only understandable if you already have some knowledge about logic.

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