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Yvonne Lai

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[MATHEDU] Re: analysis course
Posted: Jun 14, 2000 5:37 PM
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>students to use in addition to Rudin, as an aid to helping them get through
>the course, or even instead of Rudin. Topics I need to cover include intro

I haven't read through it completely, but would Arthur Mattuck's
_Analysis_ be of use to you?

Another option might be Robert (I think) Strichartz's _The Way of
Analysis_, though I have heard mixed reviews about this.

I think there might also be a book by Lang, but I'm not sure. In any
case, it's a Springer-Verlag book, and I found it to be a little
more forgiving on the reader than Rudin.

Hope this helps,

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