Insights How to Self-study Analysis. Part Ii: Intermediate Analysis - Comments

ProfuselyQuarky

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Came across Carother's Real Analysis at my campus' "take because we don't want them" book pile. I think I'll take it and perhaps one day I'll be able to understand.
 
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Came across Carother's Real Analysis at my campus' "take because we don't want them" book pile. I think I'll take it and perhaps one day I'll be able to understand.
That day might come quicker than you think!
 

ProfuselyQuarky

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Ugh . . . you really are on PF 24/7 :smile::smile:
That day might come quicker than you think!
I hope so. Reading about metric spaces is fascinating (especially continuity).
 
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Welcome to PF @Lulumay!

Uh, no. That was supposed to be a compliment. I admire micromass' commitment and passion for math. Not sure why you thought otherwise :oldconfused:
I don't know, the "ugh" can be interpreted negatively :sorry:
I'm not on here 24/7 though, even though I'd like to be. We just happen to be online at the same time often...
 
Thank you micro ! Your guides are very helpful.
 
thanks alot
would you please introduce free ebooks in these subjects?
thanks again for your usefull guides
 

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