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Course: MATH 421, Fall 2009
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Analysis M421 II Syllabus Professor: Keith Promislow, D212 Wells Hall, 432-7135, kpromisl@math.msu.edu Office Hours: Th 10:00-11:00am, W 4:00-5:00pm, or by appt. Text: An Introduction to Analysis, 3rd ed., William Wade CH 5 CH 8 CH 9 Integrability on R. Euclidean Spaces. Topology of Euclidean Spaces CH 11 CH 12 Differentiability on Rn . Integration on Rn . (time permitting) Important Dates Aug. 31 Online open...

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