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source: University of Nottingham 上次更新日期：2014年6月13日

These sessions are intended to reinforce material from lectures, while also providing more opportunities for students to hone their skills in a number of areas, including the following: working with formal definitions; making deductions from information given; writing relatively routine proofs; investigating the properties of examples; thinking up examples with specified combinations of properties. Dr Joel Feinstein is an Associate Professor in Pure Mathematics at the University of Nottingham. After reading mathematics at Cambridge, he carried out research for his doctorate at Leeds. He held a postdoctoral position in Leeds for one year, and then spent two years as a lecturer at Maynooth (Ireland) before taking up a permanent position at Nottingham. His main research interest is in functional analysis, especially commutative Banach algebras. Dr Feinstein's blog is available at http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com/

Target audience: suitable for anyone with a knowledge of elementary algebra and prime numbers, as may be obtained by studying A level mathematics.These sessions are intended to reinforce material from lectures, while also providing more opportunities for students to hone their skills in a number of areas, including the following: working with formal definitions; making deductions from information given; writing relatively routine proofs; investigating the properties of examples; thinking up examples with specified combinations of properties. Dr Joel Feinstein is an Associate Professor in Pure Mathematics at the University of Nottingham. After reading mathematics at Cambridge, he carried out research for his doctorate at Leeds. He held a postdoctoral position in Leeds for one year, and then spent two years as a lecturer at Maynooth (Ireland) before taking up a permanent position at Nottingham. His main research interest is in functional analysis, especially commutative Banach algebras. Dr Feinstein's blog is available at http://explainingmaths.wordpress.com/

Why do we do proofs? - Dr Joel Feinstein 30:33

How do we do proofs? Part I - Dr Joel Feinstein 28:54

How do we do proofs? Part II - Dr Joel Feinstein 25:58

Definitions, Proofs and Examples 1 36:27

Definitions, Proofs and Examples 2 28:48

Definitions, Proofs and Examples 3 29:12

Definitions, Proofs and Examples 4 26:03

Definitions, Proofs and Examples 5 31:19

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