## Logic

Stretch your analytic muscles with truth-tellers, liars, logical robots, and more.

Order Logic

Practice Order Logic

Starting Strong

Practice Starting Strong

Strategic Order Logic

Practice Strategic Order Logic

Numerical Order Logic

Practice Numerical Order Logic

Truth Seeking

Practice Truth Seeking

Complex Truth Seeking

Practice Complex Truth Seeking

Worst Cases

Practice Worst Cases

Missing Information

Practice Missing Information

Shuffles

Practice Shuffles

Possible Arrangements

Practice Possible Arrangements

False Information

Practice False Information

Guessing Cards

Practice Guessing Cards

Hat Puzzles

Practice Hat Puzzles

Androids

Practice Androids

Extrapolate

Practice Extrapolate

Unknown Answers

Practice Unknown Answers

Jokers

Practice Jokers

Rebels

Practice Rebels

### Course description

The beginning of our introductory math journey is Logic. Through these challenging problem solving exercises, you'll construct the critical thinking skills that are the basis for mathematical reasoning. You'll use limited information to make predictions – eliminating the impossible to uncover the truth. This course builds up to some truly mind-bending challenges! By the end of this course, you'll be able to spot logical fallacies, navigate some strategic game theory, understand machine logic, and use the symbolic languages of logic to understand fun riddles.

### Topics covered

- Binary
- Truth Tables
- Logic Gates
- Venn and Euler Diagrams
- Propositional Logic
- The Square of Opposition
- De Morgan's Laws
- Inclusive and Exclusive OR
- Combinatorics
- Knight and Knave Puzzles
- Combinatorial Game Algorithms

### Prerequisites and next steps

You don’t need any previous logic experience! This course is enjoyed by anyone excited about actively learning through riddles, puzzles, and thought experiments!

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### Logic II

Exercise your rationality and learn the mathematical dialects of logic.

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