MATH2050C - Mathematical Analysis I - 2018/19

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  • Problem Set 5 is posted and the due date is Feb 22 (Fri) at 11:15AM.
  • Quiz 2 will take place in class on Feb 15. It will cover topics in Chapter 2.4, 2.5 and 3.1.
  • Special arrangement for Feb 20 (Wed): lectures 8:30-10:15am; Feb 22 (Fri): lecture 9:30-10:15AM, tutorials 10:30-11:15am.
  • Special arrangement for Feb 13 (Wed): lectures 8:30-10:15am; Feb 15 (Fri): lecture 9:30-10:15AM, tutorials 10:30-11:15am.
  • Problem Set 4 is posted and the due date is Feb 15 (Fri) at 11:15AM.
  • Problem Set 3 is posted and the due date is Jan 30 (Wed) at 9:30AM.
  • Quiz 1 will take place in class on Jan 25. It will cover topics in Chapter 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.
  • Problem Set 2 is posted and the due date is Jan 23 (Wed) at 9:30AM.
  • The midterm is fixed to be on Feb 28 (Thur), 7-9PM. The venue will be announced later.
  • Problem Set 1 is posted and the due date is Jan 18 (Fri) at 11:15AM.
  • Special arrangement for the second week. Jan 16 (Wed): lectures 8:30-10:15am; Jan 18 (Fri): tutorials 9:30-11:15am. We will return to normal schedule from Week 3 onwards.
  • There is no tutorial in the first week. The first lecture will be on Jan 9 (Wed) from 9:30 to 10:15am at LPN LT.

General Information


  • LI Man-chun Martin
    • Office: LSB 236
    • Tel: 3943-1851
    • Email:

Teaching Assistant

  • CHEN Hongru
    • Office: LSB 232
    • Tel: 3943-5294
    • Email:
    • Office Hours: Wed 2-4PM
  • LO Chiu Hong
    • Office: LSB 232C
    • Tel: 3943-7978
    • Email:
    • Office Hours: Mon - Thur 1:30-3:30PM

Time and Venue

  • Lecture: Wed 9:30-10:15AM at LPN LT; Fri 9:30-11:15AM at LSB LT3
  • Tutorial: Wed 8:30-9:15AM at LPN LT


  • "Introduction to Real Analysis" (4th edition) by R.G. Bartle and D.R. Sherbert, John-Wiley and Sons, NY, 2011


  • "Principles of Mathematical Analysis" by W. Rudin, McGraw-Hill, 1976

Pre-class Notes

Lecture Notes

Tutorial Notes



Assessment Scheme

Assignments 10%
Quizzes 10%
Midterm (Feb 28, 7PM at LSB LT6) 35%
Final Examination 45%

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