## MAT 127A: Real Analysis (Fall 2019), CRN 48776 (A01), 48777 (A02)      MWF 9:00-9:50AM, 168 Hoagland http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~gravner/MAT127A/

• Homework assignments
• Course Materials, including Discussion Problems and information about Midterms.
• Finals Week Info

Grades were submitted to the Registrar on Friday, Dec. 13, at 4pm. If you cannot access your grade, please do send a complaint to them (and not to me). Here are the Final Exam solutions. This was a great (if tough) class, and I hope you all have a nice well-deserved break! If you are wish to see the final, please stop by my office during Winter quarter.

INSTRUCTOR:
Janko Gravner
3210 MSB (Mathematical Sciences Build.), 752-0825, gravner[at]math[dot]ucdavis[dot]edu.
Please only use email in an emergency, e.g., if you are sick and you cannot reach me by phone. I will not reply to emails with questions about class material, etc.
Office Hours: Mon. 10-11am, Tue. noon-1pm, Wed. 10-11am.

TA:
Joshua Sumpter
Discussions A01 (Thu., 4:10-5, 290 Hickey Gym) and A02 (Thu., 5:10-6, 116 Veihmeyer 229 Wellman - note the room correction).
MSB 2127, email: jsumpter[at]math[dot]ucdavis[dot]edu.
Office Hours: Thu. 1-2pm, Fri. 1-2pm.

PREREQUISITES: A good working knowledge of calculus (courses MAT 21ABC) and the ability to follow and write mathematical proofs (course MAT 108). You are responsible for satisfying the prerequisites!

TEXTBOOK: Understanding Analysis, by S. Abbott, 2nd Edition (Springer, 2016). The e-book is freely available through the library. Chapters 1-3 will be covered. Also recommended is a very similar book Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus, by K. A. Ross (Springer, 1980).

• Homework: 100 points,
• Midterm Exam 1 (Friday, October 25, in class): 100 points,
• Midterm Exam 2 (Friday, November 22, in class): 100 points,
• Final (Wednesday, December 11, 10:30am-12:30pm, room TBA): 200 points,
• TOTAL: 500 points.
• 0-40%: F
• 41-50%: D
• 51-65%: C
• 66-80%: B
• 81-100%: A

Thursday meeting is a discussion session, lead by the TA, and devoted to homework and further elaboration on lecture material. Attendance of discussion sessions is mandatory (in the sense that you are responsible for the material covered there; your presence will not be verified).

Please bear in mind that talking, cellphone ringing, newspaper reading, etc. disrupt the lectures. Use of computers, cellphones, recorders, or any other electronic devices during lectures is not allowed.

If you have any problem at all that requires special accommodation, please let me know well in advance!

Use of books, notes, calculators, or anything else but pencil and paper, will not be allowed on any exam.

Homework will be assigned about once a week, and due the following week. Late homework will not be accepted under any circumstances. See the Homework assignments page for homework information.

Also, there will be no make-up exams. A missed exam counts as 0 points. If you miss the final you will automatically receive an F. The grade I (Incomplete) will not be given in any circumstances. If you miss the final because of illness or other emergency, please petition for the Retroactive Drop.

Solutions for the midterms will be posted at the materials page.