Lectures 
Sections in Text 
Brief Description 
6/24 
12.1 
Introduction to Logic 
6/27 
12.2 
Truth Tables 
6/29 
12.3 
Implication 
7/1 
12.4 
Logical Implication and Equivalence 
7/4 

no class 
7/6 
12.5 
Valid Argument 
7/8 
12.6 
Predicate Calculus 
7/11 
12.1  12.6, 5.1  5.2 
wrap up logic, introduction to sets 
7/13 
5.2  5.3 
introduction to sets; inclusionexclusion principle 
7/15 
5.3  5.4 
inclusionexclusion and multiplication principles; counting with Venn diagrams 
7/18 
5.4 
The Multiplication Principle 
7/20 
5.5 
Permutations and Combinations 
7/22 
5.6 
Further Counting Problems 
7/25 

wrap up sets and counting 
7/27 

Exam 
7/29 
6.1  6.2 
Introduction to Probability; Experiments, Outcomes, Events 
8/1 
6.3 
Assignment of Probabilities 
8/3 
6.4 
Calculating Probabilities of Events 
8/5 
6.5 
Conditional Probability and Independence 
8/8 
6.6 
Tree Diagrams; Bayes' Theorem 
8/10 

wrap up probability 
8/12 
10.1 
Interest 
8/15 
10.2 
Annuities 
8/17 
10.3 
Amortization of Loans 
8/19 
10.4 
Personal Financial Decisions 
8/22 

wrap up the mathematics of finance 
8/24 

review 
8/29 

Final Exam, 08:00  11:00 