Mathematics 3210-01: Foundation of Analysis I
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9:40-10:30 AM (in ST 208)
Text: Joseph L. Taylor, Foundation of Analysis, American Mathematical Society, Providence, 2012
Office: LCB 104
Office hours: After classes or by arrangement.
Course Content: The main objective of the course is to learn
the foundation of calculus of functions of one variables. Students
should gain an appreciation for proofs and abstraction from learning
the basic concepts of differential and integral calculus of functions of one variable. We will cover material from chapters 1-6 of the
Chapter 1: The real numbers
Chapter 2: Sequences
Chapter 3: Continuous functions
Chapter 4: The derivative
Chapter 5: The integral
Chapter 6: Infinite series
Homeworks: Homework will be assigned in regular
intervals. Students will have a week to do the homework. Homework will
determine 20% of the final grade.
(The homework is due on Friday, January 25, in the class)
Solution of First Homework
(The homework is due on Monday, February 11, in the class)
Solution of Second Homework
(The homework is due on Monday, February 25, in the class)
Solution of Third Homework
(The homework is due on Friday, March 8, in the class)
Solution of Fourth Homework
Midterm Exams: There will be two midterm exams approximately after first third and second third of the semester. Precise dates will be discussed in class. Each midterm will count as 20% of the final grade.
First Midterm Exam is on Friday, February 22.
Solution of First Midterm
Final Exam: According University final exam schedule on Thursday,
April 25, 8:00 - 10:00 AM. The final exam will be comprehensive and count as 40% of the final grade.
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