Fundamentals of Analysis II

MATH 322/422

Documents and course information are available through Blackboard and through the Math 322 Spring 2011 Google Docs Page.


Course Description

Continuation of MATH 321. Point-set topology in metric spaces with attention to n-dimensional space; completeness, compactness, connectedness, and continuity of functions. Topics in sequences, series of functions, uniform convergence, Fourier series and polynomial approximation. Theoretical development of differentiation and Riemann integration. Required for all mathematics majors. Additional work required for graduate students. (May not be taken for graduate credit by graduate students in the Department of Mathematics.) Offered as MATH 322 and MATH 422.


Peter Thomas Asst. Prof. of Mathematics, Biology & Cognitive Science / 216-368-3623
Office hours: M 10-11 a.m., W 3-5 p.m., and by appointment.
Course meeting: MW 12:30-1:45 p.m.
Location: Yost 101

Homework assignments will be posted through the course on the Google Documents page.

Additional course information, including information on textbooks, is available through the course Blackboard site.

Contact Prof. Thomas.

Updated: November 15, 2010