Understanding Analysis

Understanding Analysis This Elementary Presentation Exposes Readers To Both The Process Of Rigor And The Rewards Inherent In Taking An Axiomatic Approach To The Study Of Functions Of A Real Variable The Aim Is To Challenge And Improve Mathematical Intuition Rather Than To Verify It The Philosophy Of This Book Is To Focus Attention On Questions Which Give Analysis Its Inherent Fascination Each Chapter Begins With The Discussion Of Some Motivating Examples And Concludes With A Series Of Questions.

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  • Hardcover
  • 260 pages
  • Understanding Analysis
  • Stephen Abbott
  • English
  • 23 July 2017
  • 0387950605

10 thoughts on “Understanding Analysis

  1. says:

    This is a fantastic introduction to real analysis All the concepts are explained and motivated very well It is great for self study, and requires only as much as the calculus sequence and a previous exposure to proofs This is a relatively easy book, though some of the exercises are really good Do them all if you can My only gripes with this book is that it could at least attempt to beambitious in its complexity For example, it describes the properties of the real numbers in the first This is a fantastic introduction to real analysis All the concepts are explained and motivated very well It is great for self study, and requires only as much as the calculus sequence and a previous exposure to proofs This is a relatively easy book, though some of the exercises are really good Do the...

  2. says:

    concise, crystal clear, complete core of calculus real analysis.

  3. says:

    Real analysis was the only core math class I missed in college, so I used this as an introduction I was a little intimidated at first, but Abbott makes analysis approachable He clearly shows the rewards of a rigorous study o...

  4. says:

    Very nice introduction to analysis with good background and motivation of why we are interested in various theorems or problems Even the chapter on Fourier series was excellent Naturally, this book doesn t go too far sodifficult analysis must search elsewhere.

  5. says:

    Simple and great book to get started with real analysis.

  6. says:

    This book was intense pain and utter pleasure for a class I worked extremely hard on ultimately my favorite class A great reference for me as I learned the proofs behind why Calculus works.

  7. says:

    Easy way to understand analysis

  8. says:

    THis book is ok

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