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Mathematical Analysis II

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Date Added to MERLOT: April 26, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 15, 2010
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Submitter : Cathy Swift

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This is a free, online textbook that is part of a series.  According to the author, it "completes the material on Real Analysis that is the foundation for later courses in functional analysis, harmonic analysis, probability theory, etc. The first chapter extends calculus to n-dimensional Euclidean space and, more generally, Banach... More

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Primary Audience: College Lower Division, College Upper Division
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Technical Requirements: According to the author,"All uses of this text are subject to the Terms and Conditions contained in this text. As part of these terms, we offer this text free of charge to students using it for self-study, and to lecturers evaluating it as a required or recommended text for a course. All other uses of this text are subject to a charge of $10US for individual use and $300US for use by all individuals at a single site of a college or university."
Language: English
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Avatar for Bradley Lucier
3 years ago

Bradley Lucier (Faculty)

I'm the publisher of the book.  It should be classified as

Mathematics and Statistics/Mathematics/Analysis

not

Mathematics and Statistics/Mathematics/Numerical Analysis

The primary audience is definitely not Lower Division College, it's Upper Division College and probably mainly Graduate Courses in Mathematics


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