What is a good textbook on real analysis that has either a solution manual or solutions in the back. I have Rudin's Principles of Matematical Analysis but it has no solutions. The class I am in now is using A book called Elementary analysis the theory of calculus by Ken Ross, but it is a joke compared to Rudin's text and all of the Grad schools I am interested in want you to have covered and be familiar with the material of chapters 1- 9 of Rudin. Sure I can take bridge up courses to get me up to speed with Rudin's material when I get to grad school, but I would rather not do that. Any suggestions?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Good Analysis text book with solutions?

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