A Concrete Introduction to Real Analysis (2nd Edition)

Download A Concrete Introduction to Real Analysis (2nd Edition) written by Robert Carlson in PDF format. This book is under the category Mathematics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1498778135/9781498778138. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Robert Carlson

publisher

Chapman and Hall/CRC; 2nd Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

310 pages

language

English

asin

B077STCJD2

isbn10

1498778135

isbn13

9781498778138


Book Description

The previous edition of “A Concrete Introduction to Analysis” has been subjected to a significant amount of rearrangement in the second edition of “A Concrete Introduction to Analysis” (PDF), which aims to make the book significantly more approachable and thorough for college students.

Many students find that the traditional, solemn method to teaching modern mathematics, which places an emphasis on formal proofs, is both disheartening and difficult to master. The problem has been fixed in the new edition, which is friendlier and offers more advantages. Students benefit from reading this book since it provides them with a solid fundamental understanding of analysis, which they may then apply in their own subjects of study as well as in certain occupations.

The updated and improved second edition capitalizes on the current trend of integrating topics typically covered in a transition to proofs course with those typically covered in an introductory analysis course. Similar to the first edition, this material is appropriate for use in an introductory analysis or real analysis course that spans either one or two academic years. Future educators, students majoring in mathematics, and students studying engineering or other areas that require a tangible, practical grasp of undergraduate mathematics will all benefit from the topic choices and degree of covering offered in this course.

The following are some highlights:

 

  • Contains answers in a final section of the ebook.
  • Provides a significant update and rearrangement to the first edition
  • Can be utilized for either a one- or two-semester instructional program.
  • investigates how concepts of analysis manifest themselves in a broader setting
  • Offers integration of transition issues in order to assist with the preparation of the required context for an analysis.

 

 

Please be aware that the product only comes with the PDF version of the ebook titled “A Concrete Introduction to Analysis, 2e.” There are no access codes contained within.

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