Gary Chartrand, Albert Polimeni

In Mathematical Proofs: A Transition to Advanced Mathematics, 4th Edition, students learn about proof methods, how to analyze arguments, and how to create their own proofs that are both technically and grammatically sound. It offers a strong introduction to concepts like relations, functions, and set cardinality, as well as optional forays into number theory, combinatorics, and calculus. It is written in a way that is approachable to students. Users frequently compliment the exercises for their intelligence and inventiveness. They assist students in making the transition from comprehending and evaluating proofs and methodologies to autonomously creating well-constructed proofs. Students should use this book as a reference for writing or reading proofs in upcoming courses.