Introduction to real analysis

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Wiley, 1992 - Mathematics - 404 pages
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Recognizing the increased role of real analysis in economics, management engineering and computer science as well as in the physical sciences, this Second Edition meets the need for an accessible, comprehensive textbook regarding the fundamental concepts and techniques in this area of mathematics. Provides solid coverage of real analysis fundamentals with an emphasis on topics from numerical analysis and approximation theory because of their increased importance to contemporary students. Topics include real numbers, sequences, limits, continuous functions, differentiation, infinite series and more. Topological concepts are now conveniently combined into one chapter. An appendix on logic and proofs helps students in analyzing proofs of theorems.

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This book was used in my Real Analysis course. The subject would be hard to learn from this book alone, but lucky for me I had a great teacher at San Jose State University. For those trying to use the ... Read full review

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Introduction to Real Analysis is easily one of my favorite mathematics textbooks. The explanation is excellent and the in-text examples are interesting. Unlike most mathematics text books I've read ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER TWO The Real Numbers
22
CHAPTER THREE Sequences
67
CHAPTER FOUR Limits
110
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