Courses

01:640:311 - Introduction to Real Analysis I

Course Description (Catalog Copy)

01:640:311 Introduction to Real Analysis I (4)
Introduction to language and fundamental concepts of analysis. The real numbers, sequences, limits, continuity, differentiation in one variable.

Prerequisites

• CALC 4 and a C or better in  01:640:300 or permission of department.

Textbook (regular sections)

Textbook:  For current textbook please refer to our Master Textbook List page

311H (Honors Section)

Textbook:  For current textbook please refer to our Master Textbook List page

Course goals and exams

• Strengthening student's understanding of
• the results of calculus and the basis for their validity
• the uses of deductive reasoning
• Increasing the student's ability to
• understand definitions
• understand proofs
• analyze conjectures
• find counter-examples to false statements,
• construct proofs of true statements
• Materials to be covered:  Chapters 0,1,2,3,4 of the text book
• Instructors make their own midterm and final exams
• A link to a brief syllabus, a midterm exam and  a final exam by X. Huang in the Fall semester of 2016:   (math.rutgers.edu/~huangx/math_311_syl.pdf(math.rutgers.edu/~huangx/math_311_midterm.pdf) (math.rutgers.edu/~huangx/math_311_final.pdf)

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