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Aims: To define the notions of convergence, limit and continuity precisely and to give rigorous proofs of the principal theorems on the analysis of real sequences and real functions of a real variable.
Learning outcomes: After taking this unit, the students should be able to:
Organisational issues are discussed in the first lecture.
We hope you will enjoy the course. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any problems. The contact details are given below.
We want you to understand everything we discuss in class. Please identify the topics you find difficult to understand, and discuss them with your colleagues. Please come and see us if the problem persists.
|Lecturer in the first half of the semester:||Johannes Zimmer||
|Lecturer in the second half of the semester:||Eugene Ryan||
|Mondays 14:15||2W Uni Hall|
|Tuesdays 10:15||EB 1.1|
|Thursdays 16:15||EB 1.1|
|No||Assigned||Return date||Homework||Model solution|
|19||15 April||29 April|
|18||8 April||22 April|
|17||18 March||15 April|
|16||11 March||22 March (!!)|
|15||4 March||18 March|
|14||25 February||11 March|
|13||18 February||4 March|
|12||11 February||25 February|
Each week some problem sheet questions will be set. Doing the problem sheet questions is an essential part of the course. Even though these problem sheets are not part of the assessed coursework, in later assessed coursework and in the exam it will be assumed that you have done these questions. Moreover the content of the classes in subsequent weeks will be designed on the assumption that you have done the problem sheets. The homework is due on the following Monday (there is a pigeon hole marked MA10207 in 4W level 1 for you to hand in your solutions).
A set of lecture notes is available in pdf format.
Exam 100%. The exam will take place in the assessment period in May/June. This is a year-long unit for which the Semester 1 Exam counts one third and the Semester 2 Exam counts two thirds. The Semester 2 Exam includes material from Semester 1.