Real Analysis: A First Course with an Inductive Approach
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Real Analysis: A First Course with an Inductive Approach

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This is a user-friendly textbook for undergraduate real analysis (also called advanced calculus). It is self-contained, and with reasonable effort, the student should be able to read it without getting stuck. The emphasis is on using familiar examples to guide the reader to a thorough understanding of the abstract concepts of real analysis. It covers the standard topics of...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published March 9th 2006 by Trafford Publishing
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Darin
Jul 02, 2011 Darin marked it as reference-only
The instructor of the undergraduate real analysis course that I took defined several concepts in terms of the limit superior and limit inferior, which our textbook only briefly defined. This book was particularly helpful since it also described the same concepts in terms of the limit superior and limit inferior.
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