Need Suggestions for beginner who is in transition period from computational calculus to rigorous proofy Analysis
I have completed basic calculus 1,2,3 courses, Linear Algebra, etc. I have not, however, got into rigorous Analysis yet, which I am planning to do now. I have three books in mind. They are : Terence ...
Can we determine all non-constant continuous functions $f:\mathbb R \to \mathbb R$ such that for every subgroup $G$ of $(\mathbb R,+)$, $f(G)$ is also a subgroup of $(\mathbb R,+) $ ? And ...
Let $f$ be a real, continuous function defined on $[0,\infty)$ such that $xf(x)$ is increasing for all sufficiently large values of $x$. Show that if $$\int_0^x f(y)dy \sim Ax^\alpha \; (x\to ...