Principles of mathematical analysis 
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Review: Principles of Mathematical Analysis (International Series in Pure & Applied Mathematics)
User Review  Scott Grizzard  GoodreadsTHE introductory text for Analysis...it is..."nasty, brutish, and short." However, as Churchill once said of democracy, it is the "worst except for all the others." Read full review
Review: Principles of Mathematical Analysis (International Series in Pure & Applied Mathematics)
User Review  Yasiru (reviews will soon be removed and linked to blog)  GoodreadsA remarkable text, but on reflection, perhaps not the most helpful read by itself unless frustration is just your kind of motivator. Here are some supplementary resources http://analysisyawp ... Read full review
Contents
The Real and Complex Number Systems  1 
Elements of Set Theory  18 
Numerical Sequences and Series  36 
Copyright  
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apply Theorem bounded variation called Cauchy sequence Chap choose compact set completely additive complex numbers consider contains continuous function continuous on a,b convergent sequence converges absolutely converges uniformly Corollary countable set defined on a,b Definition denote derivative differentiable discontinuous diverges elements equations Example Exercise f is continuous finite set fn(x Fourier series functions defined given HeineBorel theorem Hence implies inequality infinite subset integer interval Let f lim inf lim sup limit point mean value theorem measurable functions metric space monotonic functions monotonically increasing neighborhood nonnegative notation obtain open set partial sums partition polynomials positive integer power series Proof prove rational number real number system realvalued Riemann integrable segment series converges set of points set of real Suppose f theorem shows trigonometric uniform convergence uniformly continuous upper bound vacuous variation on a,b vector write