I was wondering if anyone knew a site that has some solutions to Rudin's Principles of Mathematical Analysis text. I've heard from various sources that you can find them online places. If anyone could direct me to a site, that would be greatly appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I hope people believe what I'm about to say. I don't want to plagiarise anyone's work. I don't want to cheat. And I'm not going to. My math professor (who is currently teaching Analysis II) gave me his copy of Rudin's book as a gift, because he is retiring at the end of this year. He said that I should look at it over the summer and learn from it; I am the "best student I've had in this course for about 8 years", and he really has faith in my mathematical study. We're currently using Trench's book, which, while good, is nothing compared to Rudin.

So the reason why I am asking is so that over the summer, I can refer to these solutions when I study the book. I thank all of you for considering my request. If you do not want to post the site here, you can email me at <<email address deleted>>. Thanks again.

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