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by Jonathan Lewin

Category: Mathematics
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Author: Jonathan Lewin
ISBN: 0521017181
ISBN13: 978-0521017183
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 13, 2003)
Pages: 528
Fb2 eBook: 1566 kb
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This book provides a rigorous course in the calculus of functions of a real variable

This book provides a rigorous course in the calculus of functions of a real variable.

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Cambridge University Press. This book provides a rigorous course in the calculus of functions of a real variable. Its gentle approach, par. ISBN10 : 0521017181, ISBN13 : 9780521017183. Page Number : 492. Read Online Download Full. Foundations And Fundamental Concepts Of Mathematics.

This book can serve as a good introduction to higher mathematics as well as calculus. I didn't look at the CD. Lewin provides early instruction in the "vocabulary of mathematics" and proofs before getting into the subject matter of the book. 9 people found this helpful. 3 people found this helpful.

ISBN 0 521 81589 4 (hb), 0 521 01718 1 (pb) (Cambridge University Press). An interactive introduction to mathematical analysis, by Lewin Jonathan.

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Start by marking An Interactive Introduction To Mathematical Analysis as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Its gentle approach, particularly in its early chapters, makes it especially suitable for students who are not headed for graduate school. The CD provides exercises that can be worked interactively with the help of the computer algebra systems that are bundled with Scientific Notebook.

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Examples of alternatives provided on the disc include continuity in metric spaces, and the Riemann-Stieltjes integral. The CD-ROM program is written in Scientific Workplace . and can be viewed using the free download of Scientific Viewer ., running under Windows. That is not to say this book is "for idiots/dummies," but for the intelligent mathematical analysis neophyte looking for a book to ease him into higher mathematics.

This book provides a rigorous course in the calculus of functions of a real variable. Its gentle approach, particularly in its early chapters, makes it especially suitable for students who are not headed for graduate school. For those who are, this book gives an opportunity to engage in a penetrating study of real analysis. The companion onscreen version of this text contains hundreds of links to alternative approaches, more complete explanations and solutions to exercises; links that make it more friendly than any printed book could be. In addition, there are links to a wealth of optional material that an instructor can select for a more advanced course, and that students can use as a reference long after their first course has ended. The CD provides exercises that can be worked interactively with the help of the computer algebra systems that are bundled with Scientific Notebook.
Comments to eBook An Interactive Introduction to Mathematical Analysis Paperback with CD-ROM
Tejora
Well, what can I say. I enjoyed this book much more than I normally enjoy mathematics books, and I do have a healthy liking for mathematics.

I believe this is Professor Lewin's life's work, and it shows. Mathematical analysis is not an easy subject, and Lewin has made a genuine effort to make this subject accessible to all students. That is not to say this book is "for idiots/dummies," but for the intelligent mathematical analysis neophyte looking for a book to ease him into higher mathematics. The writing style is informal and straight to the point.

So what can you expect to learn from this book? If you don't know what mathematical analysis is at all, you'll read about that too (as well as the subject matter itself!) The examples and problems are wonderful. They are at just the right level for an engaging introduction that will give you a place to stand to take further courses. You can understand and enjoy this book with a modest mathematical background (high school only, and not necessarily any calculus courses!) and average grades. You will need to go slowly and think, but Lewin masterfully guides you through.

This book is a welcome change from enormous encyclopedic works that present page after page of mind-bending symbols and leave it as an exercise for the reader to figure out what it all means. The authors of these wretched books think a quick paragraph is just fine. I disagree, and so does Lewin. This book is a pleasure to *read*, and you will learn about mathematical analysis, too! This book can serve as a good introduction to higher mathematics as well as calculus. Lewin provides early instruction in the "vocabulary of mathematics" and proofs before getting into the subject matter of the book.

Lewin makes mathematical analysis accessible for everyone, even those with a modest mathematical background, and even makes it a pleasure.
Uthergo
This is actually an excellent text as a supplement for students of advanced calculus. There are many simplified examples and a lot of explaination, perhaps too much. The author starts with logic, which is good since most students have difficulty with understanding the contrapositive, converse, and proof by contradiction. He gives a lot of information on the subjects that are covered (there are a good number of subjects not covered) and talks (perhaps rambles) a lot on these subjects. However if you could dig through the jargon and appreciate a bunch of nice examples and fundamentals this is a book for you. I didn't look at the CD.
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