## Mathematical foundations for social analysis |

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Mathematics and Theory Construction | 4 |

The Logic of Implication | 11 |

Elements | 21 |

Copyright | |

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A X A algebraic Allendoerfer antiderivative axioms binary operation called Cartesian product chain rule Chapter clear column Compute consider consists Construct contains converges correspondence defined definite integral derivative domain equal equations equivalence equivalence relation Evaluate example exists exponential function finite func given graph hint hypothesis identity implies induction Interpret interval inverse irreflexive limit linear locate logarithmic logio matrix matrix multiplication measurement measurement function monotone functions monotone increasing multiplication notation notion ordered pairs partial sum partition permutation permutation matrix polynomial function positive integers power function Principles of Mathematics proof properties PROPOSITION Prove range rate of change rational numbers reader should verify real numbers relation represent scale Section sequence set of numbers social science social scientists solution square matrix Step subset Suppose symmetric term theorem theory tion true variable zero