intro to analysis?


by ice109
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ice109
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Sep12-07, 12:28 AM
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a gentle intro to real analysis? any suggestions anyone? something very readable?
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Pseudo Statistic
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Sep12-07, 01:59 AM
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Calculus by Michael Spivak is a very readable introduction to real analysis-- that is, analysis on R.
If you want something which starts with R and moves onto the more general metric space, Hilbert and Banach space setting though, a very readable (Dover) book is Foundations of Mathematical Analysis by Richard Johnsonbaugh and W.E. Pfaffenberger.
You might also appreciate a book on topology if you're looking for something of the latter category-- I'm currently reading through Introduction to Topology by Theodore W. Gamelin and Robert Everist Greene.
Both books were recommended to me in this thread, so you might want to take a look there as well.
tronter
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Sep12-07, 04:49 AM
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Pughs Real Mathematical Analysis is IMO the best introductory analysis book for learning the subject.

ice109
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Sep25-07, 08:26 PM
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intro to analysis?


for anyone else i was recommended understanding analysis by stephen abbott


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