An Interactive Introduction to Mathematical Analysis

The book under review provides an introduction to mathematical analysis using possibilities of computers. The book starts with some background material concerning quantifiers, sets, logic formulas, and methods of proofs. The second part deals with the set of real numbers, limits of sequences and functions, differentiation of functions, the Riemann integral, and infinite series. The next chapters are devoted to improper integrals, sequences and series of functions and integration of functions of two variables. The enclosed CD forms an important on-screen part of the book. The CD contains a lot of exercises with solutions. Some parts of the book are explained here in a more detailed way and some chapters are added (e.g., calculus of several variables or complex variable calculus) or are treated in an alternative (advanced) way. This book together with the CD will be useful to many students.

Reviewer: 
mzel
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Published: 
2003
ISBN: 
0-521-01718-1
Price: 
£27,95
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