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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'm having a hard time trying to figure out if Linear Algebra or the Foundations of Higher Mathematics would be best to take for fall quarter. I briefly thought about just taking both, but I'm not sure if I could handle it. Originally I was thinking about take linear algebra, but a friend thought it may be best to take the Foundations class so I would be introduced to proofs.

Schedule for Fall Quarter:

Math- Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations

Physics - Dynamics of Particles and Waves (second year physics)

NE - Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

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Math- Introductory Linear Algebra

Math- Foundations of Higher Mathematics **

**Designed to prepare students for higher mathematics; an introduction to logic, proof techniques, set theory, number theory, integers, real numbers.

Any thoughts?

Schedule for Fall Quarter:

Math- Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations

Physics - Dynamics of Particles and Waves (second year physics)

NE - Introduction to Nuclear Engineering

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Math- Introductory Linear Algebra

Math- Foundations of Higher Mathematics **

**Designed to prepare students for higher mathematics; an introduction to logic, proof techniques, set theory, number theory, integers, real numbers.

Any thoughts?