Math 311: Introduction to Analysis Instructor: Marius Ionescu ( [email protected]) TA: Andrew Marshall Oﬃce Hours: TBA Course web site: http://www.math.cornell.edu/~mionescu/Teaching/Spring2008/math311.html Overview: This course is a bridge from introductory calculus to higher-level analysis. The main focus will be on developing the logical skills required to analyze and construct mathematical proofs. This will be done in the setting of familiar ideas from basic calculus, which will be revisited in rigorous detail. Text: Introduction to Analysis , by Arthur Mattuck. The text is required. We will begin with Appendix A, and then work through about one chapter per class. A copy is on reserve in the Math library. Webpage: Homework assignments and other important communications will be con-veyed via the course web page: http://www.math.cornell.edu/˜mionescu/Teaching/Spring2008/math311.html Preparing for class:
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