All readings and problem assignments are from the textbook:
Mattuck, Arthur. Introduction to Analysis. Pearson, 1998. ISBN: 9780130811325.
Table of Contents (PDF)
Sample Sections (PDF)
Key to the Readings
Chapter 1.1–1.3, Appendix A means:
Read: Chapter 1, sections 1, 2, 3, and Appendix A (in the back of the book).
Key to the Assignments
Note: There are three types of problems in the book; don't confuse Questions with exercises and end up doing the wrong problem!
Q1.3/2: Question 2 in section 1.3. These occur at the end of each section: they are short, easy, meant to test the ideas, and have answers at the end of the chapter. Use the answers only to confirm your own, or just for a quick glance and hint.
1.3/2: Exercise 2 at the end of Chapter 1, tied to section 1.3. These are tied to a given section and use the techniques explained in that section; look through that section for ideas or similar examples.
P1–3: Problem 1–3, the third problem at the end of Chapter 1. These are at the end of the chapter–anything in the chapter might be relevant to solving them.
Notes on the table below: The daily reading assignments (see column 3) depended on what the class had been able to cover that day, so they differed a little in order and content from the overall plan laid out in the "topics" column.