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Math 3335 Analysis I Section 001 (83299) (Mon, Wed 7:00-8:20 PM, Room PKH 304)

Summary: Fall 2011
Math 3335 Analysis I
Section 001 (83299) (Mon, Wed 7:00-8:20 PM, Room PKH 304)
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Gaik Ambartsoumian PHONE: (817) 272-3384
WEB ADDRESS: wweb.uta.edu/faculty/gambarts/math3335.html E-MAIL: gambarts@uta.edu
OFFICE HOURS: Mon, Wed 1:00-2:00 PM or by appointment OFFICE: 444 Pickard Hall
IMPORTANT: You should have an activated MavMail account and check it regularly during the semester.
You are responsible for all information I will be sending out to your e-mails listed on MavMail accounts and
the announcements I make on my Web Page (wweb.uta.edu/faculty/gambarts/math3335.html).
TEXT: Introduction to Real Analysis, 3-rd Edition, Robert Bartle and Donald Sherbert, ISBN: 0-471-32148-6
COURSE CONTENT: Foundational material (1.1, 1.3), the real number system (2.1 2.4), sequences and
series (3.1 3.6), limits (4.1 4.3), continuity (5.1 5.4).
COURSE FORMAT: Except on testing days, classes will involve interactive work with classmates on
True/False questions and Discovery Exercises in which we will develop the major concepts, check
conceptual and practical understanding, and present ideas and solutions to the class.
HOMEWORK: Homework will be given each week. Selected problems from the homework will be
handed in as group work, to be written up and returned according to the guidelines below. The remaining
homework problems will not be collected. These should be worked out with your group or on your own to
help you learn the material and prepare for the exams. Office hours are scheduled for you to obtain help on
these problems. Discuss your work often with your peers and keep a neatly-written folder of your solutions


Source: Ambartsoumian, Gaik - Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington


Collections: Mathematics