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by William R. Parzynski

eBook Introduction to Mathematical Analysis download ISBN: 0070664676
Author: William R. Parzynski
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe; First International edition (March 1, 1983)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1310 kb
Fb2: 1188 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Mathematics

Anyone taking mathematical analysis at a sophisticated level, . using Rudin's "Mathematical Analysis", would benefit from this book which pays much attention to continuity and differentiability in a more concrete fashion than one typically encounters in a more advanced book.

Anyone taking mathematical analysis at a sophisticated level, . The first few chapters on sets, intervals, compactness, and connectedness may seem daunting, but the book becomes much more friendlier after that.

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Comments: (3)
Nakora
No problem. Exactly what I needed, and delivered in an incredibly short time.
Vushura
Although Rudin's same-title book has a fame of Classical, I don't agree. Rudin's book may fit students majoring in Mathematics. Students from any other specialty will find Rudin's book very unreadable. I just wonder why Rudin got a fame from such a bad-written book. Personally, I will prefer Parzynski's much clearer and simpler style. It is simple, but complex enough to let you learn most skills required for Calculus. After carefully studying this book, you can go into Real Analysis and Complex Analysis.
Matty
Anyone taking mathematical analysis at a sophisticated level,
e.g. using Rudin's "Mathematical Analysis", would benefit from
this book which pays much attention to continuity and differentiability in a more concrete fashion than one typically encounters in a more advanced book. The first few chapters on sets, intervals, compactness, and connectedness may seem daunting, but the book becomes much more friendlier after that.