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Mathematics 131A, Lecture 2

Winter 2002

Analysis

E. Effros

**Instructor Information**
- Office Location: MS 6931
- Office Hours: TuFri 4-5
- Email Address: ege@math.ucla.edu

**Hour Exam2: see below for answers; rough guide to scores: 80-105:A, 70-79: B,
60-69:B- or C**

** See below for Assignments 6 (due Wed March 6) and 7 (due Wed March 13) **

**Handouts: Note that homework assignments are often included in the handouts **
- Handout 1 (course information + assignment 1),

** Note change in grading system**:
131aW02-1a.pdf
- Handout 2
131aW02-2.pdf
- Handout 3
** Improved exposition 1/30/02**
131aW02-3b.pdf
- Handout 4
131aW02-4a.pdf
- Assignment 5: p. 93: 1,2,3,4,7,8,15
- Handout 5: some things you should know for second exam
reviewforexam2.pdf
- Handout 6: more things you should know for second exam
morereviewforexam2.pdf
- Assignment 6: p. 133:1,5,6,7,8,11
- Assignment 7: p. 202: 1, 3, 8, 7, 9, 10 and p. 208: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6
- Handout 7: more things you should know for final
reviewforfinal.pdf
- Handout 8: additional final material
final2.pdf
- Handout 9: the last of the handouts for the final
goodluck.pdf
- Handout 9: Test
testing.jpeg

** Corrections to handouts**
- In handout 5 (review for second exam)-- proof of the existence of monotonic
subsequences, case 2: the inequalities should be reversed (you get an
increasing subsequence)

**Solutions to assigments: watch for stupid errors!**

**Corrections to assignment answers:**
- assign 2: 7. read "f:(-pi/2,pi/2) -> R is given
by f(x)=tan x" You also have to change g to map (-1,7) to (-pi/2,pi/2)"
- assign 5: on page 1 read |U...-L...|=2delta (and previous line read 1+2delta)

**Soutions to exams**

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