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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani

Hyderabad Campus
INSTRUCTION DIVISION
FIRST SEMESTER 2015-2016
Course Handout (Part II)
Date: 3/8/2015
In addition to part-I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this
portion gives further specific details regarding the course.
Course No.
: MATH F214
Course Title
: Elementary Real Analysis
Instructor-in-charge : Debdas Ghosh
1. Scope and objective of the Course:
The objective of this course is to train the students with the basic tools of Modern Mathematical
analysis, train them in art of logical, deductive and constructive thinking and thus equip them with
enough back ground for courses which involve deeper Mathematical analysis. Real analysis is
needed in analyzing basic sciences and engineering courses which require rigorous mathematical
investigation. For instance, real analysis is the basic course to get into the topics of functional
analysis, complex analysis, topology, optimization, etc. to name a few. In the engineering streams,
on the study of dynamical systems that appears with differential equations or optimization
problem, one must require the basic notions of real analysis. Riemann integral is the basic theory
on which advanced theory of integration, like Lebsgue integral theory has been developed. In
studying theoretical and numerical solution to a non-linear system, real analysis is of supreme
importance.
2. Course Description:
Real numbers, countable and uncountable sets, metric spaces, continuous and uniformly
continuous maps in metric spaces, connectedness, completeness and compactness in a metric
space, numerical sequences and series, Riemann integration and Riemann-Stieltjes integral,
convergence and uniform convergence of sequence of functions, approximation of continuous
function, Functions of several variables, Inverse Function Theorem.
3. Text Book:
W. Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis, McGraw, Hill India, 3rd Edition, 2013.
4. Reference Books:
1. Apostal, Mathematical Analysis, Addison Wesley, 1983.
2. John M Howie, Real Analysis, Springer Verlag, 2001.
3. Kenneth Ross, Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus, Springer International Edition,
2000.

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5. Course Plan :
Lect. No.

Learners Objective

Subject Matter

Ref.

1-2

Review

Review of certain concepts

Ch. 1

3-6

Representation of real numbers

Ch. 1

7-9

Difference between countable


and uncountable set
Generalization of concept of Euclidean
distance to abstract sets

Ordered field, Construction of real numbers,


the set of real numbers as ordered field,
extended real numbers
Finite, Countable & uncountable sets
Metric spaces, compact sets, different
definition of compact sets, Cantor Intersection
theorem, Contraction Principle

Ch. 2

10-15

Ch. 2

16-20

Generalization of concept of continuity Continuous and uniformly


& limit to metric spaces
functions and their properties

21-23

How Riemann integral can be written as Elementary Riemann Integral & its properties
limit of sum

Ch. 6

24-28

Integration with respect to a function

Ch. 6

29-33

Distinguish between uniform & point Point & uniform convergence of functions &
wise convergence of sequence of related properties of integrability &
functions. Functions not differentiable differentiability
but continuous

34-35

How
bad
functions
can
approximated with polynomials

36-40

How continuity & differentiability


have generalization for function of
several variables

6. Evaluation Scheme:
Components

continuous Ch. 4

Riemann Stieltjes Integral & Properties

Ch. 7

be Some approximation theorems of continuous Ch. 7


functions
Functions of several
Function Theorem

Weightage

Test I

60 min.

20%

12/9, 8:30-9:30 AM

Closed Book

Test II

60 min.

20%

9/11, 8:30-9:30 AM

Closed Book

20%

Open Book

3 hrs.

40%

12/12, FN

Closed Book

Comprehensive Exam

Time

Inverse Ch. 9

Durations

Assignment

Date &

variables,

Remarks

7. Chamber consultation hour: To be announced in class.


8. Notices: Check CMS. All matters will also be discussed in class.
9. Extra Problems: Problem sheets will be given for the type of problems to be done.
10. Make up: Prior permission is needed for makeup examination. Makeup will be given only to
genuine cases. Application must be supported by relevant documents.

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