MTH
435 Introduction
to Mathematical Analysis 
Text: Russell A. Gordon, Real
Analysis  A First Course,
2nd edition.
Time and Location: MW, 34:15 pm,
BLISS 304.
Course's Web Page: The address of
this page is
http://www.math.uri.edu/~bkaskosz/mth435/. You can also access it
from the Mathematics Department's main page at http://www.math.uri.edu by
clicking on a few obvious links. You should consult this page often for current
announcements.
Instructor: Barbara Kaskosz,
email:
bkaskosz@math.uri.edu, tel: 8744445, office: Tyler 218.

NOTE: I will have additional office hours on Wednesday, Dec 11, 3 pm  4:30 pm.
NOTE: I will have additional office hours on Monday, December 16, 3 pm  4 pm.
We are going to have a lot of fun in this course and in MTH 436! We will explore together the central concepts of calculus: the limit, the derivative, the integral, sequences and series. We shall learn what these concepts really mean and how to prove theorems involving them. We shall learn how to read and write definitions, theorems, and proofs.
We shall discuss grading in class. We will decide together how many exams to have and how to schedule them. See you in class!