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.

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.

Discussions A01 (Thu., 4:10-5, 290 Hickey Gym) and A02 (Thu., 5:10-6,

MSB 2127, email: jsumpter[at]math[dot]ucdavis[dot]edu.

**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).

**GRADE**:
Course grade will be based on the following:

- 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

**ADDITIONAL POLICIES**:

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.

**SOME USEFUL LINKS**: