This introductory textbook details the rigorous treatment of the basic theory of functions of one real variable. Topological concepts such as open set and closed set have been gathered together to provide a more unified discussion.This introductory textbook details the rigorous treatment of the basic theory of functions of one real variable. Topological concepts such as open set and closed set have been gathered together to provide a more unified discussion.Read Less
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Introduction to Real Analysis by Bartle and Sherbert is very appropriate for an Introductory Course in Real Analysis because it is standard, formal, and presents clear demonstrations. This third edition is more comprehensible than previous editions because it develops its topics with more details, presents more examples and even some applications. Many students will find this book accesible because It is not required to know concepts about Topology, and the students only have to know integral and differential Calculus. It is highly reccomended for Real Analysis professors.
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