Introduction to real analysisIn recent years, mathematics has become valuable in many areas, including economics and management science as well as the physical sciences, engineering and computer science. Therefore, this book provides the fundamental concepts and techniques of real analysis for readers in all of these areas. It helps one develop the ability to think deductively, analyze mathematical situations and extend ideas to a new context. Like the first two editions, this edition maintains the same spirit and userfriendly approach with some streamlined arguments, a few new examples, rearranged topics, and a new chapter on the Generalized Riemann Integral. 
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Contents
PRELIMINARIES  1 
THE REAL NUMBERS  22 
SEQUENCES AND SERIES  52 
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5fine partition absolutely convergent apply approximate arbitrary belongs bijection calculation Cauchy sequence cluster point compact conclude continuous functions Convergence Theorem convergent sequence converges uniformly cosx countable defined Definition Let denote derivative differentiable divergent elements endpoints establish Exercises for Section f is continuous finite number follows from Theorem forx function f Fundamental Theorem gauge given Hence implies increasing sequence infinite inverse Lebesgue integrable let f Let f(x lim(xn limit Mathematical Induction Mean Value Theorem metric space monotone natural number neighborhood nonempty Note obtain open interval open set partial sums polynomial properties prove rational number reader real numbers result Riemann integrable satisfy sequence of real sequence xn sinx Squeeze Theorem statement step function strictly increasing subintervals subset Suppose supremum tagged partition Taylor's Theorem Theorem Let Triangle Inequality TV[a uniform convergence uniformly continuous upper bound whence it follows