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Department of Mathematics Syllabus

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MAT 127B: Real Analysis

Approved: 2015-11-06, John Hunter and Janko Gravner
Suggested Textbook: (actual textbook varies by instructor; check your instructor)
Stephen Abbott, Understanding Analysis, 2nd ed., Springer 2015. (Alternative: Kenneth Ross, Elementary Analysis, Springer, 2nd ed., Springer, 2013.)
MAT 127A
Course Description:
Derivatives, integrals, sequences of functions, and power series.
Suggested Schedule:

Suggested number of lectures are indicated in parentheses.

  • (2) Derivatives. Algebraic properties.
  • (1) Chain rule.
  • (1) Extreme value theorem.
  • (2) Mean value theorem. Consequences.
  • (1) Sequences and series of functions.
  • (3) Pointwise and uniform convergence. Continuity of uniform limits.
  • (1) Power series. Radius of convergence.
  • (2) Definition of the Riemann integral.
  • (3) Properties of the Riemann integral.
  • (2) Fundamental theorem of calculus.
  • (1) Exchange of integral and limits.
  • (2) Taylor series. Integral form and Lagrange of the remainder.
  • (2) Integration and differentiation of power series.
  • (2) Improper integrals.
  • (1) Integral test for series.

Total: 26 lectures