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Basic Analysis: Introduction to Real Analysis - Volume 2 by Jiri Lebl is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Basic Analysis: Introduction to Real Analysis - Volume 2

Description: This book is a continuation of Basic Analysis: Introduction to Real Analysis - Volume 1. Volume II continues into multivariable analysis, starting with differential calculus, including inverse and implicit function theorems, continuing with differentiation under the integral and path integrals, which are often not covered in a course like this, and multivariable Riemann integral. Finally, there is also a chapter on power series, Arzelà–Ascoli, Stone–Weierstrass, and Fourier series. Together, the two volumes provide enough material for several different types of year-long sequences. A student who absorbs the first volume and the first three chapters of volume II should be more than prepared for real and complex analysis courses at the graduate level.

July 20, 2020 | Updated: June 22, 2022
Author: Jiri Lebl

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Math/Stats, Calculus

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