Real Analysis (MAT 313)


LECTURER:  AL Pinchuck


Real Analysis is the field of mathematics that studies properties of real numbers and functions on them. The course places great emphasis on careful reasoning and proof. This course is also a starting point for more advanced courses such as functional analysis, measure theory, and (general) topology.


Topics include logic and methods of proof, sets and functions, real numbers and their properties, sequence and limits and continuity.


None prescribed. Complete course notes will be provided.


ONE tutorial per week.


TWO class tests and ONE final examination.

Last Modified: Tue, 07 Jan 2014 12:03:15 SAST