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MATH 351: PRINCIPLES OF ANALYSIS

Content: Math 351 is a junior-level course in real analysis that emphasizes
proof writing and mathematical communication. IBL aspects include
team homework, student presentations at the blackboard, and in-class
discussion, with limited lecture. The course satisfies the real
analysis requirement for several concentrations of the mathematics major.

Structure: The course covers rational and irrational numbers, completeness of the
real line, sequences and series of real numbers, sequential compactness,
continuity, and differentiation. Additional topics such as power series
and countability are included as time permits..

Materials: We have developed materials for the course. Please contact Ralf Spatzier (spatzier@umich.edu) for more information.

Math 351 - Principles of Analysis (link to the "Courses" page)