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Real Variables: With Basic Metric Space Topology

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Real Variables: With Basic Metric Space Topology
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Publisher: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
ISBN/ASIN: 0486472205
Number of pages: 213

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This is a text for a first course in real variables for students of engineering, physics, and economics, who need to know real analysis in order to cope with the professional literature in their fields. The book tends to avoid standard mathematical writing, with its emphasis on formalism, but a certain amount of abstraction is unavoidable for a coherent presentation.

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