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Not sure if this is the correct forum. But are there any video lectures that follow the book Pugh: Real Mathematical Analysis? Thanks.

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Not sure if this is the correct forum. But are there any video lectures that follow the book Pugh: Real Mathematical Analysis? Thanks.

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Since no one has answered and these are probably useful for someone:

Brent Nelson at Berkeley used Pugh for 105: syllabus, and notes, assignments and midterms for chapters 5 and 6 (with solutions). Notes are at the right, by section and are handwritten.

Here are some review notes (47 pages) based on Pugh to get graduate students in statistics up to speed at Berkeley. And here is an adaption (78 pages) by UNC's graduate biostatistics program for the same purpose that incorporates other sources.

Here are Evan Chen's 74 pages of notes from Pugh's 104 course for chapters 1-4.

Here are Alexander Yong's outline and assignments from Pugh for chapters 1-4 (listed problems). Not sure if the numbers have changed for problems since the then available edition. Also includes a midterm; and a final exam review.

Haven't yet seen video lectures.

micromass might be willing to comment on problem selection.

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Sadly, we haven't seen micromass around in a few years. He was a large reason why I joined PF in the first place.micromass might be willing to comment on problem selection.

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