Math 131AH: General Course Outline
Course Description
131A. Analysis (Honors). (4) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Requisites for course 131AH: courses 32B and 33B, with grades of B or better. Recommended: course 115A. Honors sequence parallel to courses 131A. P/NP or letter grading. Rigorous introduction to foundations of real analysis; real numbers, point set topology in Euclidean space, functions, continuity.
Course Information:
The following schedule, with textbook sections and topics, is based on 26 lectures. The remaining three classroom meetings are for leeway, reviews, and midterm exams. These are scheduled by the individual instructor. Often there are midterm exams about the beginning of the fourth and eighth weeks of instruction, plus reviews for the final exam.
Math 131AB is the core undergraduate course sequence in mathematical analysis. The aim of the course is to cover the basics of calculus, rigorously. Along with Math 115A, this is the main course in which students learn to write logically clear and correct arguments.
There is an honors sequence Math 131AH131BH running parallel to 131A131B in fall and winter. 131AH: Rigorous treatment of the foundations of real analysis, including construction of the rationals and reals; metric space topology, including compactness and its consequences; numerical sequences and series; continuity, including connections with compactness; rigorous treatment of the main theorems of differential calculus. 131BH: The Riemann integral; sequences and series of functions; power series, and functions defined by them; differential calculus of several variables, including the implicit and inverse function theorems.
Math 131C is a special topics analysis course offered in the spring that is designed for students completing the honors sequence as well as the regular 131AB sequence. It traditionally covers Lebesgue measure and integration. Math 131A is offered each term, while 131B is offered only Winter and Spring.
Textbook(s)
Rudin, W., Principles of Mathematical Analysis, 3rd Ed, McGrawHill Higher Education
Copson, E. Metric Spaces, Cambridge University Press
Outline update:D. Gieseker, 9/14(*1) Include Section 23, if time permits. The instructor can pick which convergence tests to cover in Sections 14 and 15.
Schedule of Lectures
Lecture  Section  Topics 

1 
Induction and Rational Numbers. 

2 
Real Numbers, Least Upper Bound Axiom 

3 
Limits of Sequences, Limit Theorems. 

4 
Monotone Sequences, Cauchy Sequences, Midterm I. 

5 
Subsequences, BolzanoWeierstrass, Limsup and Liminf. 

6 
Convergence Tests, Continuous Functions. 

7 
Limit Theorems, Uniform Continuity. 

8 
Derivative, Mean Value Theorem, Midterm II. 

9 
Taylor's Theorem, Riemann Integral, Properties of Riemann Integral. 

10 
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Review of Course. 