Introduction to Real Analysis
M361K - Section 58695, Fall 2004
December 10's Final Exam: It will cover all sections learned. You should review homework problems, and concepts or theorems involving mathematicians' names. At least half of the final will be on subjects after the second midterm. You can bring one page "cheat sheet" to the test. Your ID is required.
November 8's Midterm: It will cover Section 3.6 through 5.4. Here are some practice problems only on "continuous functions". You can bring one page "cheat sheet" to the test.
October 4's Midterm: It will cover Section 1.1 through 3.5. Here is the solution to the practice exam of Chapter 1 and 2 (There is also a 'practice exam 2' above this link which might be helpful too). Note that half of the exam will be on Chapter 3. You can bring one page (A4 size) of note (about definitions, theorems, inequalities, but not examples) to the test. Bring your ID please.
Class Website: http://www.math.utexas.edu/~ewang
Class Times: Section 58695, MWF 2-3pm, RLM 5.114
Office Hours: WF 3-4:30pm or by appointment
Text: Introduction to Real Analysis, Bartle & Sherbert, 3rd edition. We'll cover most of chapters 1-7.
Prerequisite and degree relevance: Either consent of Mathematics Advisor, or two of M341, 328K, 325K (Philosophy 313K may be substituted for M325K), with a grade of at least C. May not be counted by students with credit for M365K with a grade of C or better.
- Homework 20%: There will be weekly problem sets. These will be collected at the beginning of Friday class. We will practice sample problems on Monday usually to help you with the homework. It will be graded by the TA grader. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework will be listed in http://www.math.utexas.edu/~ewang/F04/M361Khw.html.
- Exams 50%: There will be two 50-minute in-class exams, on October 4 and November 8. Each exam counts 25%. No makeup except under extreme situation.
- Final 30%: It will be scheduled by the University. (*ID is required for all exams.)
Course description: This is a rigorous treatment of the real number system, of real sequences, and of limits, continuity, derivatives, and integrals of real-valued functions of one real variable. For details please visit http://www.ma.utexas.edu/text/syllabi/syllabi45.html
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