Proofs are written in detail with fill-in-the-blank spots to force the reader to follow the argument.
One of the most important considerations prior to taking an analysis course is the level of background and understanding of mathematical logic.
The book is written in a friendly and conversational style and all the concepts are well-explained, with lots of graphs to make things clear.
If you're interested in "plug-in" the numbers and learning peculiar rules when to "plug-in, what numbers," then you'll never LEARN or appreciate the calculus. Read morePublished 15 months ago by G. Tomer
Cannot be used on its own for beginner students to analysis. Recommend to use with other books on proofs.
Also, basic calculus is necessary.
This is the real analysis book for all us Goldie Locks out there.
Look inside the book! This book has a table of content, with only 5 entries. You you want to look up a thema to repeat it, or to learn a special thing you are interested in, you... Read morePublished on December 27, 2005 by Mathematik-Freak
Bryant's book on analysis is a great illustration of what a textbook should be. He takes what many upper level college mathematics students consider to be the most tedious and... Read morePublished on December 17, 2005 by calvinnme