Axiomatic development of the real number system. Topology of . Sequences, limits, and continuity. Multi-variable calculus: differentiation and integration, including integration in spherical and polar coordinates. The differential and the chain rule. Taylor's Formula, maxima and minima. Introduction to vector field theory.
M W F 1000-1050 CAB 269 R 1700-1750 CAB 269
TBA CAB 521 Tel: 780-492-0532 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.math.ualberta.ca/~bowman/m217
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Fitzpatrick, Patrick M., Advanced Calculus, PWS Publishing Company, 1996.
Thomson, Brian S., Bruckner, Judith B., and Bruckner Andrew M., Elementary Real Analysis (2nd Edition), http://classicalrealanalysis.info/documents/TBB-AllChapters-Landscape.pdf, 2008.
Trench, William F., Introduction to Real Analysis,
Wade, William R., An Introduction to Analysis, Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 2000.
|Midterm||25%||October 16||10:00-10:50 CAB 269|
|Final||45%||December 15||09:00-12:00 CAB 269|
|Deferred||45%||January 9||09:00-11:00 CAB 357|
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For an excused absence where the cause is religious belief, a student must contact the instructor(s) within two weeks of the start of Fall or Winter classes to request accommodation for the term (including the final exam, where relevant). Instructors may request adequate documentation to substantiate the student request.
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