# Math 1530: Advanced Calculus 1

Instructor: Jason DeBlois (see my homepage
for contact info)

Office: Thackeray 407

Office hours: Monday 2-3, Thursday 10-11, Friday 1-2

(or by appointment -- email me)

### First day handout

**Text:** *Real Mathematical Analysis
(2nd edition)*, by Charles C. Pugh.

Supplementary texts (not required):

*Elementary Classical Analysis*, by Marsden and Hoffman

*Principles of Mathematical Analysis*, by Walter Rudin

### Grading

- Homework - 30%. Assigned and collected weekly.
- Midterms 1 and 2 - 20% each.
- Final exam - 30%.

### Homework Assignments

All assignments are from Pugh, ed. 2, unless otherwise specified.
If the corresponding problem in ed. 1 has a different number then
the ed. 1 problem number immediately follows in parentheses.
If there is no corresponding problem in ed. 1 then I will write up the
problem and link to it.

**Assignment 1** (due Friday 09/09) Ch. 1, #8, 12 (11), 13 (12),
15 (14), 20, 22 (19)
**Assignment 2** (due ~~Friday 09/16~~ Monday 09/19)
Ch. 1, #41-43 (38-40), 45 (42),

and the
Prelim problem of the Week
(henceforth the PPotW)
**Assignment 3** (due Monday 09/26) Ch. 2, #23 (1), 24 (2), 55
(14), 13 (17), 8 (26),

and the
PPotW
**Assignment 4** (due Monday 10/03) Ch. 2, #14 (18), 16 (20), 19
(23), 28 (34), 33

(10), 38 (83), and the
PPotW
**Assignment 5** (due Monday 10/10) Ch. 2 #34 (25(a)), 43 (39),
44 (40), 46, 52

(27),
and the PPotW.
**Assignment 6** (due Monday **10/24**) Ch. 2 #19 (23),
22,
48 (28), 53 (43), 54 (33),

85 (44), and the
PPotW.
**Assignment 7** (due Monday **10/31**) Ch. 2 #58 (55),
61 (58), 72 (70), 81 (76),

83 (120), and the
PPotW.
**Assignment 8** (due Monday **11/07**) Ch. 2 #60 (57),
71 (69), 96 (8), 98 (16), 99

(109), and the
PPotW.
**Assignment 9** (due Monday **11/14**) Ch. 3 #1, 5, 7 (8),
9 (13), 11 (10), and the

PPotW.
**Assignment 10** (due Monday **11/28**) Ch. 3 #2, 4, 6 (7),
12 (11), 17 (14), and

the PPotW.
**Assignment 11** (due Wednesday **12/07**) Ch. 3 #28 (29),
29 (30), 43 (40), 46 (45),

51 (50),
and the PPotW.

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