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The Field of Reals and Beyond
1.1 Fields
1.2 Ordered Fields
1.2.1 Special Subsets of an Ordered Field
1.2.2 Bounding Properties
1.3 The Real Field
1.3.1 Density Properties of the Reals
1.3.2 Existence of nth Roots
1.3.3 The Extended Real Number System
1.4 The Complex Field
1.4.1 Thinking Complex
1.5 Problem Set A
From Finite to Uncountable Sets
2.1 Some Review of Functions
2.2 A Review of Cardinal Equivalence
2.2.1 Denumerable Sets and Sequences
2.3 Review of Indexed Families of Sets
2.4. CARDINALITY OF UNIONS OVER FAMILIES 65
2.4 Cardinality of Unions Over Families
2.5 The Uncountable Reals
2.6 Problem Set B
METRIC SPACES and SOME BASIC TOPOLOGY
3.1 Euclidean n-space
3.2 Metric Spaces
3.3 Point Set Topology on Metric Spaces
3.3.1 Complements and Families of Subsets of Metric Spaces
3.3.2 Open Relative to Subsets of Metric Spaces
3.3.3 Compact Sets
3.3.4 Compactness in Euclidean n-space
3.3.5 Connected Sets
3.3.6 Perfect Sets
3.4 Problem Set C
4.1 Sequences and Subsequences in Metric Spaces
4.2. CAUCHY SEQUENCES IN METRIC SPACES 135
4.2 Cauchy Sequences in Metric Spaces
4.3. SEQUENCES IN EUCLIDEAN K-SPACE 139
4.3 Sequences in Euclidean k-space
4.3.1 Upper and Lower Bounds
4.4 Some Special Sequences
4.5 Series of Complex Numbers
4.5.1 Some (Absolute) Convergence Tests
4.5.2 Absolute Convergence and Cauchy Products
4.5.4 Discussing Convergence
4.5.5 Rearrangements of Series
4.6 Problem Set D
Functions on Metric Spaces and Continuity
5.1 Limits of Functions
5.2. CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS ON METRIC SPACES 197
5.2 Continuous Functions on Metric Spaces
5.2.1 A Characterization of Continuity
5.2.2 Continuity and Compactness
5.2.3 Continuity and Connectedness
5.3 Uniform Continuity
5.4. DISCONTINUITIES AND MONOTONIC FUNCTIONS 211
5.4 Discontinuities and Monotonic Functions
5.4.1 Limits of Functions in the Extended Real Number System
5.5 Problem Set E
Differentiation: Our First View
6.1 The Derivative
6.1.1 Formulas for Differentiation
6.1.2 Revisiting A Geometric Interpretation for the Derivative
6.2 The Derivative and Function Behavior
6.2.1 Continuity (or Discontinuity) of Derivatives
6.3. THE DERIVATIVE AND FINDING LIMITS 251
6.3 The Derivative and Finding Limits
6.4 Inverse Functions
6.5 Derivatives of Higher Order
6.6 Differentiation of Vector-Valued Functions
6.7 Problem Set F
7.1 Riemann Sums and Integrability
7.1.1 Properties of Riemann-Stieltjes Integrals
7.2. RIEMANN INTEGRALS AND DIFFERENTIATION 307
7.2 Riemann Integrals and Differentiation
7.2.1 Some Methods of Integration
7.2.2 The Natural Logarithm Function
7.3. INTEGRATION OF VECTOR-VALUED FUNCTIONS 315
7.3 Integration of Vector-Valued Functions
7.3.1 Recti¿able Curves
7.4 Problem Set G
Sequences and Series of Functions
8.1 Pointwise and Uniform Convergence
8.1.1 SequencesofComplex-ValuedFunctions on MetricSpaces
8.2. CONDITIONS FOR UNIFORM CONVERGENCE 335
8.2 Conditions for Uniform Convergence
8.3. PROPERTY TRANSMISSION AND UNIFORM CONVERGENCE 339
8.4 Families of Functions
8.5. THE STONE-WEIERSTRASS THEOREM 363
8.5 The Stone-Weierstrass Theorem
8.6 Problem Set H
Some Special Functions
9.1 Power Series Over the Reals
9.2. SOME GENERAL CONVERGENCE PROPERTIES 379
9.2 Some General Convergence Properties
9.3 Designer Series
9.3.1 Another Visit With the Logarithm Function
9.3.2 A Series Development of Two Trigonometric Functions
9.4. SERIES FROM TAYLOR’S THEOREM 397
9.4 Series from Taylor’s Theorem
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