Concise Introduction to Basic Real Analysis

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book-author

Hemen Dutta, P. N. Natarajan, Yeol Je Cho

publisher

CRC Press

file-type

PDF

pages

252 pages

language

English

asin

B07WFJ3637

isbn10

1138612464

isbn13

9781138612464


Book Description

Concise Introduction to Basic Real Analysis; (PDF) offers an introduction to basic topics in Real Analysis and makes the subject easily comprehensible to all learners. The ebook is useful for those that are involved with Real Analysis in disciplines such as mathematics; technology; engineering; and other physical sciences. It offers a good balance while dealing with the essential and basic topics that enable the reader to learn more innovative topics easily. It includes numerous examples and end of chapter exercises including hints for solutions in many critical cases. The ebook is perfect for students; instructors; and also for those doing research in areas demanding a basic knowledge of Real Analysis. Those more advanced in the field will also find the ebook useful to refresh their knowledge of the topic.

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Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover
Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
Preface
Authors
1 Review of Set Theory
1.1 Introduction and Notations
1.2 Ordered Pairs and Cartesian Product
1.3 Relations and Functions
1.4 Countable and Uncountable Sets
1.5 Set Algebras
1.6 Exercises
2 The Real Number System
2.1 Field Axioms
2.2 Order Axioms
2.3 Geometrical Representation of Real Numbers and Intervals
2.4 Integers, Rational Numbers, and Irrational Numbers
2.5 Upper Bounds, Least Upper Bound or Supremum, the Completeness Axiom, Archimedean Property of
2.6 Infinite Decimal Representation of Real Numbers
2.7 Absolute Value, Triangle Inequality, Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality
2.8 Extended Real Number System R*
2.9 Exercises
3 Sequences and Series of Real Numbers
3.1 Convergent and Divergent Sequences of Real Numbers
3.2 Limit Superior and Limit Inferior of a Sequence of Real Numbers
3.3 Infinite Series of Real Numbers
3.4 Convergence Tests for Infinite Series
3.5 Rearrangements of Series
3.6 Riemann’s Theorem on Conditionally Convergent Series of Real Numbers
3.7 Cauchy Multiplications of Series
3.8 Exercises
4 Metric Spaces – Basic Concepts, Complete Metric Spaces
4.1 Metric and Metric Spaces
4.2 Point Set Topology in Metric Spaces
4.3 Convergent and Divergent Sequences in a Metric Space
4.4 Cauchy Sequences and Complete Metric Spaces
4.5 Exercises
5 Limits and Continuity
5.1 The Limit of Functions
5.2 Algebras of Limits
5.3 Right-Hand and Left-Hand Limits
5.4 Infinite Limits and Limits at Infinity
5.5 Certain Important Limits
5.6 Sequential Definition of Limit of a Function
5.7 Cauchy’s Criterion for Finite Limits
5.8 Monotonic Functions
5.9 The Four Functional Limits at a Point
5.10 Continuous and Discontinuous Functions
5.11 Some Theorems on the Continuity
5.12 Properties of Continuous Functions
5.13 Uniform Continuity
5.14 Continuity and Uniform Continuity in Metric Spaces
5.15 Exercises
6 Connectedness and Compactness
6.1 Connectedness
6.2 The Intermediate Value Theorem
6.3 Components
6.4 Compactness
6.5 The Finite Intersection Property
6.6 The Heine-Borel Theorem
6.7 Exercises
7 Differentiation
7.1 The Derivative
7.2 The Differential Calculus
7.3 Properties of Differentiable Functions
7.4 The L’Hospital Rule
7.5 Taylor’s Theorem
7.6 Exercises
8 Integration
8.1 The Riemann Integral
8.2 Properties of the Riemann Integral
8.3 The Fundamental Theorems of Calculus
8.4 The Substitution Theorem and Integration by Parts
8.5 Improper Integrals
8.6 The Riemann-Stieltjes Integral
8.7 Functions of Bounded Variation
8.8 Exercises
9 Sequences and Series of Functions
9.1 The Pointwise Convergence of Sequences of Functions and the Uniform Convergence
9.2 The Uniform Convergence and the Continuity, the Cauchy Criterion for the Uniform Convergence
9.3 The Uniform Convergence of Infinite Series of Functions
9.4 The Uniform Convergence of Integrations and Differentiations
9.5 The Equicontinuous Family of Functions and the Arzela-Ascoli Theorem
9.6 Dirichlet’s Test for the Uniform Convergence
9.7 The Weierstrass Theorem
9.8 Some Examples
9.9 Exercises
Bibliography
Index

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