In mathematics you don't
understand things. You just get used to them.
-- John von Neumann, Nobel Prize winner.
- Time and Place: 5 pm TTR at 516 Smith Hall.
- Instructor: Peter Saveliev (call me Peter)
- Office: 778F Smith Hall (in the alley)
- Office Hours: TR 2:00-4:30, F 2:00-3:00 (tentative), or by appointment, or any
time I am there (usually in the afternoon)
- Office Phone: x4639
- Home Phone: 697-7827 (9 a.m. - 8 p.m.)
firstname.lastname@example.org (put Math
427 as the subject)
- Class Web-Page:
the ability to understand and write proofs.
A First Course in Real Analysis by Protter and Morrey (Chapters 2-5,9).
- Goals: good familiarity with the foundations of
Calculus (i.e., mathematical analysis),
ability to work in the definition-theorem-proof format, some "mathematical
- Evaluation: 2 tests, final exam, weekly homework,
- Grade Breakdown:
- homework + quizzes: 40%
- 2 exams: 15% each
- final exam: 30%
- Letter Grades: A: 90-100, B: 80-89, C: 70-79, D: 60-69, F: <60
|MTH 427 - 3 - Advanced Calculus I
|A rigorous study of the real number system, continuity
and differentiability of functions of a single variable, integration of
functions of a single variable, infinite series. (PR: MTH 231 and 300,
REC: MTH 330)