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comment Book recommendations for self-study at the level of 3rd-4th year undergraduate
The link to it above this one Intro to real analysis by William F trench. There are some old copies in print but the latest revision is free in that link from the prof. Thats the text i used in my third year analysis course, if you have a good handle on calculus this text is quite good. if you haven't done any 3rd year calc i would recommend something at a lower level then this text however.
Aug
10
comment Book recommendations for self-study at the level of 3rd-4th year undergraduate
biblioteca.matem.unam.mx/…
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awarded  Curious
May
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asked Some basic Topological proof help please.
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accepted Liapunov functions
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20
asked Liapunov functions
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accepted Determining planarity??
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asked Determining planarity??
May
27
comment Still having trouble following a surface area function?
@MarioCarneiro you just made some things make alot of sense in my textbook! ( not sure if its related to this question though, =0 )
May
27
comment Still having trouble following a surface area function?
@Mario Carneiro this is the original wording ----> math.stackexchange.com/questions/396816/…
May
27
comment Still having trouble following a surface area function?
Sorry to post again, so you mean write $\int_0^{ \tan b} \arctan \theta = b (\tan b)- 0 - \int_0^b \tan \theta$ and then compute the integral of $\tan \theta$ over those bounds n leave it like that?
May
27
comment Still having trouble following a surface area function?
it was asked to be proved but thats not the part that i don't understand which is why i changed the wording myself. do you think im supposed to compute both of those integrals to show that equals the formula given? ( we haven't talked about anti derivatives in this class)
May
27
comment Still having trouble following a surface area function?
math.stackexchange.com/questions/396816/… This is exactly how it was stated, and i do understand what is listed there (spent some time drawing pictures) but i can't follow what is being asked of me since the value of b is floating in that interval. It just seems so wierd/odd to me to ask/state a question that i know i am misunderstanding the question in part or full
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revised Still having trouble following a surface area function?
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