Berkeley problems in mathematics

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Springer, 1998 - Mathematics - 443 pages
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In 1977, the Mathematics Department at the University of California, Berkeley, instituted a written examination as one of the first major requirements toward the Ph.D. degree in mathematics. Its purpose was to determine whether first-year students in the Ph.D. program had successfully mastered basic mathematics in order to continue in the program with the likelihood of success. Since its inception, the exam has become a major hurdle to overcome in the pursuit of the degree.

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Real Analysis
3
Multivariable Calculus
29
Differential Equations
39
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