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Unformatted text preview: Math 3110, Introduction to Analysis, Spring 2009 General information Your instructor is Victor Protsak, MT 432, and can be reached at 255-4373 or protsak at math.cornell.edu. Your TA is Robyn Miller, rmiller at math.cornell.edu. The course meets MW, 8:40 9:55 in Malott 406. Homework and the course announcements, including possible changes to the syllabus, will be posted at the course webpage http://www.math.cornell.edu/protsak/ira.html Prerequisites Multivariable calculus and linear algebra (MATH 2210 2220, 22302240, or 1920 and 2940). Scope We will cover selected chapters from the textbook Arthur Mattuck, Introduction to Analysis , Prentice-Hall, 1999 The main goal of this course is to provide a transition from calculus to real analysis. Emphasis will be placed upon understanding and constructing mathematical proofs. How to study You must come to class prepared: study the textbook and your lecture notes and mark anything that was unclear to you, so that we may discuss it in class. Pay special attention to definitions and learn themay discuss it in class....
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