MATH 5345. HISTORICAL APPROACH TO REAL ANALYSIS. 3 Hours.
A historical treatment of real analysis that explores motivations for the early definitions and theorems in analysis. Topics may include Fourier's introduction of trigonometric series and the issues it created for mathematicians of the early 19th century, Cauchy's efforts toward establishing a firm foundation for calculus, and Dirichlet's proof of the validity of the Fourier series expansion. Prerequisite: MATH 5337 or consent of the instructor.
Develo p the students’ ability to do independent research and prepare them for more advanced studies in mathematics. Provide advanced training and preparation for professional careers as mathematicians, mathematics teachers, and those employed in engineering, scientific and business fields.
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