# Math 302, Spring 2005

## John Zweck

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## Course Materials

Schedule and Homework (Updated Daily)
## January 31st (Day One Material)

Syllabus (pdf)

Survey (pdf)

Additional Texts you may find useful:

(1) "Principles of Mathematical Analysis" by Walter Rudin, ISBN0-07-054235-X

[This is a classic book; Thousands of professional mathematicians learnt
analysis from this book when they were undergraduates.]

(2) "A First Course in Real Analysis" by M.H. Protter and C.B. Morrey, ISBN 0-387-97437-7

[Also very good]

(3) "Resources for the Study of Real Analysis" by Robert Brabenec

[For a review of this new book which has extra problems, and historical essays see page 8 of the
MAA Web Catalogue and enter Robert Brabenec in the search box.]

## Feb. 15th

Solutions to Math 301 Review Problems (pdf)

## March 6th

Practice Exam One (pdf)

## March 16th

Solutions to Exam One (pdf)

## April 20th

Solutions to Exam Two (pdf)

## May 7th

Information re Final Exam

Date: Monday May 23rd, 3:30-5:30pm in MP 010

Sections covered:

1.6,1.7,2.1-2.8,3.1,3.2,3.4,3.5,4.1-4.8,5.1-5.7

About 50-60% of the exam will be on Chapter 5, with
20-10% each on Chapters 2,3,4, and a little from Chapter 1.

The format of the exam will be similar to the midterm exams, but of course
it will be longer as it is a 2 hour exam.

Last modified Jan 30th 2005