MATH 4320/5320

MODERN ANALYSIS 2


Professor Robert Carlson
Office: EAS 284
Phone: 255-3561
Class meets Tues-Thurs 3:05- 4:20 in Dwire 106
Office hours: Official hours for this class are T-Th 1:45-2:45.
I am usually in my office from 9:30 to 4:30 (Wed - 2:30). You are welcome to stop by AT ANY TIME .
If you are making a special trip to campus to see me I suggest calling ahead.

NEWS:

Some notes for 3/14/13

HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS are posted at the bottom of this page.

Last homework, due Thursday 5/9.
page 383 # 1-4, 5 a-e

FROM 6 YEARS AGO:
Video recordings of the lectures are available at http://cmes.uccs.edu/Spring2007/Math432
The first time you view the video, you will be asked to register. Read the TIPS which accompany the lecture selections. If you download the video files before viewing them, you can expand the field of view, which helps make the board more readable. If you are interested in taking notes from the writing on the board, it may help to use the pause button. Student comments about the helpfulness of the videos are welcome and encouraged.



Legal fine print:

The administration of the course described below is subject to change as deemed necessary by the instructor.

COMMENTS ON COLLABORATION:

Students are encouraged to discuss homework problems with their classmates or with the professor to share ideas, or detect and correct errors.
However, the written material handed in by the student is expected to be the work of that student.
Copying homework solutions, or partial solutions, from another student or source is a serious violation of the university's cheating policy.

Drop dates and other policies

The last date to withdraw is 4/5/13. Other policies and information from the Mathematics Department can be found at the
Math home page
In particular you may wish to look at the `Policies and information' link.

Disability Services

Students with disabilities may be entitled to support from Disability Services, including extra time for examinations.
Students who may fall into this group should talk to Disability Services as soon as possible.
The Disability Certification Letter to the professor is to be submitted within the first two weeks of classes.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:



TEXT: Elementary Classical Analysis by J. Marsden and M. Hoffman, second edition.

COURSE TOPICS:
metric spaces, differentiation in several variables,implicit function theorem, integration in several variables, sequences and series, Fourier series,

Prerequisites:

Math 431 or its equivalent.

Grading

Grades will be based on homework.
Under normal circumstances LATE HOMEWORK IS DISCOURAGED, AND MAY BE PENALIZED.
Keep me informed if you become ill or have another emergency which results in late homework.

For students enrolled in Math 432 I will discard the lowest two homework scores. Graduate students enrolled in Math 532 will be graded on all assignments.

HOMEWORK assignments and solutions will be available here.

Homework 12 solutions

Homework 11 solutions

Homework 10 solutions

Homework 9 solutions

Homework 8 solutions

Homework 7 solutions

Homework 6 solutions

Homework 5 solutions

Homework 4 solutions

Homework 3 solutions

Homework 2 solutions

Homework 1 solutions

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