A radical approach to real analysis, 2d ed.9780883857472
A radical approach to real analysis, 2d ed.
Bressoud, David M.
Mathematical Assn. of America
This volume serves as an introduction to real analysis for undergraduates. As opposed to traditional formats, Bressoud (mathematics, Macalester College
Macalester College is a privately supported, coeducational liberal arts college in Saint Paul, Minnesota. ) starts with infinite series infinite series
In mathematics, the sum of infinitely many numbers, whose relationship can typically be expressed as a formula or a function. An infinite series that results in a finite sum is said to converge (see convergence). One that does not, diverges. and concentrates on topics that revolve around Verb 1. revolve around - center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
center, center on, concentrate on, focus on, revolve about questions raised by Fourier's trigonometric series and the restructuring of calculus. The first part of the book follows the historical progression and then moves backwards. In this edition, approximately 60 new exercises have been added, many taken from Problems in Mathematical Analysis Analysis has its beginnings in the rigorous formulation of calculus. It is the branch of mathematics most explicitly concerned with the notion of a limit, whether the limit of a sequence or the limit of a function. by Kaczor and Nowak, and the chapters on infinite summations, differentiability and continuity, and convergence of infinite series have been reorganized. A new section on geometric series geometric series
An infinite series of the form a + ax + ax2 + ax3 + . . .
Noun 1. has been added, and code for Mathematica and Maple has been moved to the website.
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