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1.1. Various kinds of numbers
principle of mathematical induction. The
1.6. The absolute value of a number
of a set
1.8*. The axiomatic treatment of real numbers
1.9*. Real numbers as sets of rational numbers
Exercises on 1
2.2. The notion of limit
2.3. Bounded sequences
2.10. The number e
Exercises on 2
Alternating series. Abel theorem
convergence criterions
Absolutely convergent series
Exercises on 3
4.1. Definitions
4.3. One-to-one functions. Inverse functions
Operations on the limit
4.7. Conditions for the existence of the limit
Exercises on 4
5.1. Definition
interpretation
Continuity of inverse functions
Exercises on 5
6.1. Uniform convergence
6.3. Power series
functions
Exercises on 6
7.1. Definitions
7.3. Differentiation of inverse functions
7.4. Extrema of functions. Rolle theorem
7.9. The derivative of a limit
Exercises on 7
8.6. A criterion for extrema
Points of inflexion
Exercises on 8
9.1. Definition
Integration of rational functions
Integration of irrational functions of the second degree
Exercises on 9
10.2. Calculation formulae
10.4. The integral as an area
10.5. The length of an arc
10.6. The volume and surface area of a solid of revolution
10.7. Two mean-value theorems
Exercises on 10
Exercises on 11
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Introduction to Calculus Kuratowski

# Introduction to Calculus Kuratowski

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