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I'm taking a course in mathematical analysis, and it's really giving me something of a headache. To be honest I find the assigned textbook very difficult to read, and I was hoping someone here could give me some suggestions for a supplementary book.

As this is real analysis it should cover topics like the fundamental axiom, the supremum, Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem, uniform convergence, metric spaces etc.

The textbook of the course (and the curriculum) is T.W Körners 'A Companion To Analysis'.

http://www.ams.org/bookstore-getitem/item=gsm-62

Hope someone can give some nice suggestions, and I will order it from amazon ASAP. :)

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- Gandalf

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