This class was tough.
If you are interested in Real Analysis and enjoy a theoretical understanding of mathematics then this is a great course to take. We cover the first two chapters of measure and integration that give you the background you need to understand measure theory.
I learned about algebras, sigma-algebras, measures, borel measures, borel spaces, emasurable functions, fatous lemma,etc...
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Advice for students:
Really try to understand the theorems, corollary's, and propositions and the proofs of them. The author will be rather terse in the proofs so it is recommended that you try to do them on your own and fill in the gaps the author leaves out. Once you have done that and get to the exercises, really spend time on them do not look up the solutions unless you exhausted all resources as in looking for help, seeking hints, etc. You need to train yourself to be able to prove the exercises by yourself. I could not stress this enough.