"I suggest we can assume tha..."


by Patrick LaVictoire May 6 2016 updated May 6 2016

I suggest we can assume that almost everyone in Math 3 is familiar with either calculus concepts or discrete math concepts, but we can't assume abstract algebra or number theory or real analysis, etc.

So the zeta function equation would be a fair example (one might want to state that $~$s$~$ is complex), but the other two would not. Another fair example might be L'Hopital's Rule or the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.