Set Theory, Logic, etc

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Hi,
Right now I am currently going through Set Theory and Logic by Stoll. This is my first time going through Set Theory, Logic, and everything else in the book. I feel like I'm not getting all I can out of this book because I don't feel like I'm on the same level, I struggle to answer the exercises. Can anyone recommend a perhaps more introductory book for me that includes much of the same topics as the one I'm reading?


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I'm not sure if it includes the same topics, but there is Vellerman's How to Prove It. if you're trying to learn how to do proofs. There's also the books by Suppes. There's always Schaum's Outline.
 
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Ok, here's a longer list

A Mathematical Introduction to Logic Enderton
Elements of Set Theory Enderton
Introduction to Mathematical Logic Mendelson
Naive Set Theory Halmos
Introduction to Mathematical Logic Gensler
Mathematical Logic Ebbinghaus
Logic for Mathematicians Hamilton
 
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thank you sir
 

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