Advanced Calculus I


Algebraic and topological structure of the real number system; rigorous development of one-variable calculus including continuous, differentiable, and Riemann integrable functions and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; uniform convergence of a sequence of functions; contributions of Newton, Leibniz, Cauchy, Riemann, and Weierstrass. Students intending to continue studying mathematics at a graduate level are encouraged to take Math 531 instead of this class.  Prerequisites: Mathematics 202, 212, or 222; not open to students who have had Mathematics 531.

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Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters.

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