INTRO TO ABSTRACT MATH
INTRO TO ABSTRACT MATH MATH 3000
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Introduction to Abstract Mathematics MATH 3000401 HANDOUT 3 October 24 2007 Review for Exam 2 Practice Problems 1 Prove that for arbitrary sets A and B B is a subset of A if and only if there exists a set X such that A 7 X B 2 Find the number of integers between 1 and 1000 that are divisible by a at least one of the numbers 12 45 50 b at least two of the numbers 12 45 50 c exactly one of the numbers 12 45 50 3 Prove the following statements by induction a 22 8h 7 5 4n2 7 n for all integers n 2 1 b For the Fibonacci sequence f1 f2 f see Exercise 7 on p 69 of the text y is a multiple of 3 for all integers h 2 1 c If 0 lt q lt i then 1 q lt1 2 q for all integers n 21 d If an integer a gt 1 has prime factorization a p111 10 p1 lt p2 lt lt pm are primes and r E N for all i 1 S i S m then the number of positive divisors of a is r1 1r2 1 rm 1 4 a Use the Euclidean Algorithm to nd integers st such that 415 25t 1 b Show that if s t are any other integers such that 415 25t 1 then 251575 and41 t7t 5 Prove that for arbitrary positive integers a and b a there exist integers in and n such that lcmab am and lcma b bn b m and n are uniquely determined and hcfmn 1 6 Prove that the following two conditions on an integer n gt 1 are equivalent 1 n is a prime power that is n pk for some prime p and some h E N ii for arbitrary integers a and b such that ab is a multiple of n either a is a multiple of n or some power b5 s E N of b is a multiple of n 7 TRUE or FALSE Justify your answer a For arbitrary sets A and B A 7 B U B A b There is no odd integer between 2 and 1010 that is the cube of an integer and also the 7th power of an integer c hcfab hcfa ba 7 b for all integers a and b d For arbitrary integers a and b lcma b lbl if and only if hcfa b lat
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