A Course in Mathematical Analysis; Volume 1

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Since mathematical analysis is essentially the science of the continuum, it would seem that every course in analysis should begin, logically, with the study of irrational numbers. I have supposed, however, that the student is already familiar with that subject. The theory of incommensurable numbers is treated in so many excellent well-known works f that I have thought it useless to enter upon such a discussion. As for the other fundamental notions which lie at the basis of analysis, such as the upper limit, the definite ...

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