MATH301 - Introduction to Analysis
Course Information (Fall 2013)
Introduction to Real Analysis
4th ed. Bartle, Sherbert
This course is a first course in real analysis that lays out the context and motivation of analysis in terms of the transition from power series to those less predictable series. The course is taught from a historical perspective. It covers an introduction to the real numbers, sequences and series and their convergence, real-valued functions and their continuity and differentiability, sequences of functions and their pointwise and uniform convergence, and Riemann-Stieltjes integration theory.
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