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This course introduces the basic concepts of real-variable theory. Topics include real numbers and cardinality of sets, sequences and series of real numbers, metric spaces, continuous functions, integration theory, sequences and series of functions, and polynomial approximation. Some applications of the theory may be presented. Mathematics 63 presents similar material, but from a more sophisticated point of view. This course may not serve as an adequate prerequisite for either Mathematics 73 or 83. Students who contemplate taking one of these two advanced courses should consider taking Mathematics 63 instead of this course.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 13 and permission of the instructor, or Mathematics 22. Dist: QDS.
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