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Math 301 Real Analysis - Fall 2009

In this course we will delve into the wonders of the real line and explore some of the surprising ways that our intuition can lead us astray when considering properties of the real numbers and continuous and differentiable functions. For example, we will see a function that is continuous everywhere but differentiable nowhere. We will focus not only on the amazing, rich content of analysis but also on understanding the need for rigorous, precise mathematical exposition.

I am very excited about this semester -- I think it's going to be a lot of fun.

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