Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (Beatriz Lafferriere, et al)

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Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (Beatriz Lafferriere, et al)

This book's objective is to give readers a solid foundation in mathematical analysis. A foundation like this is necessary for later research on more in-depth analytical themes. After finishing the calculus sequence, students should be familiar with the majority of the principles discussed here. But rigorous justifications will be used to support these ideas.

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