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Introduction to Analysis by Ray Mayer

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Introduction to Analysis
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Publisher: Reed College
Number of pages: 291

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Contents: Notation, Undefined Concepts, Examples; Fields; Induction and Integers; Complexification of a Field; Real Numbers; Complex Numbers; Complex Sequences; Continuity; Properties of Continuous Functions; The Derivative; Infinite Series; Power Series; etc.

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