Math 6321: Functions of a Real Variable II, Spring 2019


Instructor: Dr. Mark Tomforde
Office: 601 PGH
Office Hours: By Appointment on MW
Lecture: MWF 11AM--Noon in Room 108 of Agnes Arnold Hall (AH)
Problem Sessions:
 
Mondays Noon-1PM, Room 651G of PGH (run by Zhenhua Wang)
Fridays Noon-1PM, Room 218D of PGH (run by Dr. Tomforde)
Syllabus: Download the Syllabus

Exams and Other Assignments


Reading Assignment #6, due Wednesday, March 18
My Notes, Chapter 15 (Also I made some changes to Sec. 14.8 to allow for signed measure instead of positive measures. Feel free to re-read or skim 14.8 if you would like.)
(Are you planning to take the Real Analysis prelim, or do you want to review the material from the fall semester? Consider reading Chapter 5 of my notes and working some problems from Chapters 1-5 prior to March 18.)

Midterm Exam, due Friday, March 8
The Midterm was emailed to you.

Homework #1, due Monday, March 4
Homework #1

Reading Assignment #5, due Wednesday, Feb. 27
My Notes, Chapter 14
(Are you planning to take the Real Analysis prelim, or do you want to review the material from the fall semester? Consider reading Chapter 4 of my notes and working some problems from Chapters 1-4 prior to March 1.)

Reading Assignment #4, due Monday, Feb. 18.
Folland, Skim sections 3.4-3.5. (Do not worry if you have trouble understanding the proofs.)
My Notes, Chapter 13, Sections 13.6-13.9.

Reading Assignment #3, due Monday, Feb. 11.
My Notes, Chapter 13, Sections 13.1-13.5.
(Are you planning to take the Real Analysis prelim, or do you want to review the material from the fall semester? Consider reading Chapter 3 of my notes and working some problems from Chapters 1-3 prior to Feb. 11.)

Reading Assignment #2, due Friday, Feb. 8.
Folland, Sec. 3.3.
My Notes, Chapter 12, Sections 12.4-12.6

Reading Assignment #1, due Friday, Feb. 1.
Folland, Sec. 3.1, 3.2, and 3.2.
My Notes, Chapter 12, Sections 12.1-12.3.
(Are you planning to take the Real Analysis prelim, or do you want to review the material from the fall semester? Consider reading Chapters 1 and 2 of my notes and working some problems from those chapters prior to Feb. 1.)



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