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MATH 131C: Topics in Analysis

**Course description**: This
is the third quarter of a sequence on Analysis, completing the honors
sequence as well as the regular Math 131AB.

We will review the Riemann integral in **R**^{n}
and then discuss Lebesgue measure,
the Lebesgue integral, several convergence theorems,
the relation of
Lebesgue integration
with Riemann integration, and finally differentiation theory.
We will cover most of the first three chapters
of the Stein-Shakarchi textbook. Proofs will be important,
and the best attitude to bring to this class
is not to believe any theorem that you don't
know how to prove.

**Instructor:** Burt Totaro.

**E-mail:** `totaro@math.ucla.edu`.

**Office Hours:** 3-3:50 M and 2-2:50 F, in my office MS 6136.

**TA:** Dimitrios Ntalampekos (

`dimitrisnt@g.ucla.edu`).

**TA office hour:** 2:30-3:30 Th
in MS 3975.

**Lecture: **MWF 11-11:50,
MS 6229. Discussion: Tu 11-11:50, MS 6229.
**Textbook**:
E. M. Stein and R. Shakarchi, *Real Analysis*,
Princeton University Press (2005), ISBN 0-691-11386-6.
**Prerequisite**: Math 131B or 131BH is required.

**Midterm Exams:** We will have two midterm exams.
The dates are Monday, April 18 and Monday, May 16.
There will be no makeup exams.

**Final Exam:** The final exam is on Tuesday, June 7, 2016
from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM in the lecture room, MS 6229.
You must take the final to pass the class! If you have a documented
reason that you are unable to take the final, you will receive an Incomplete.

**Evaluation:**
- Every exam will include at least one problem taken from the homework,
possibly with minor variations.
- It is your responsibility to know how to do the problems.
Practicing that is an essential part of studying for the exams.
- A grade of 'F' will be assigned to any student who misses the final. Incompletes are reserved for those who have completed all of the work for the class, including both midterms,
but who, for a legitimate, documented reason, miss the final.
- Exams (or copies) will be returned, but I will keep
copies (or originals) of the exams, as required by the math department.