MATH2050A  Mathematical Analysis I  2020/21
Announcement
 Zoom Class (Tue): 8:3010:15, MeetingID: 927 0893 5330, Password: 510283
 Zoom Class (Thu): 9:3010:15, MeetingID: 950 9716 2577, Password: 805219
 Zoom Tutorial (Thu): 8:309:15, MeetingID: 972 6046 0452, Password: 089929
 The invitation links of the Zoom meeting rooms can be found in the Useful Links below.
 There is no tutorial in the first week.
 Assignments are to be submitted on Blackboard.
 There are no tutorial and lecture on the coming Thursday (1/10).
 Home Test 1: 29 Oct at 12:00 noon. The submission deadline: 30 Oct 12:00 noon. The paper will be delivered by email. Please submit your answer to Blackboard in ONE PDF file.
 WARNING: The Home Test 1 has been UPDATED at 1300, 29102020. Please pay attention to the latest announcement on Blackboard and the instructions on the submission tag.
 There will be no tutorial classes on the coming Thursday (19/11) but lectures remain at usual time.
 Home Test 2: 5 Dec at 12:00 noon. The submission deadline: 6 Dec 12:00 noon. The paper will be delivered by email. Please submit your answer to Blackboard in ONE PDF file.
 Home Test 1 Statistics: Mean = 63.60, Median = 78, SD = 29.69.
 Home Test 3: 24 Dec at 12:00 noon. The submission deadline: 25 Dec 12:00 noon. The paper will be delivered by email. Please submit your answer to Blackboard in ONE PDF file.
General Information
Teaching Assistant

FAN, Yan Lam
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LAM, Ka Lok
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Time and Venue
 Lecture: Tue 8:3010:15; Thu 9:3010:15
 Tutorial: Thu 8:309:15
Textbooks
 R.G. Bartle and D.R. Shebert, Introduction to real analysis, 4th ed, Wiley & Sons, (Ch. 15).
Lecture Notes
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 Lecture Note (Last Update: 05 Dec)
Tutorial Notes
 Tutorial 1 (Supremum, Infimum and the Completeness Property)
 Tutorial 2 (Sequences and Limits)
 Tutorial 3 (Limit Theorems and Monotone Sequences)
 Tutorial 4 (A Remark on HW3 and Subsequences)
 Tutorial 5 (Consequences of the Completeness Property and Cauchy Sequences)
 Revision Exercise 1 (For Home Test 1)
 Tutorial 6 (Suggested Solution to Revision Exercise 1)
 Tutorial 7 (Limit of Functions)
 Tutorial 8 (Continuous Functions)
 Tutorial 9 (Continuous Functions on Intervals)
 Revision Exercise 2 (For Home Test 2)
 Suggested Solution to Revision Exercise 2
 Tutorial 10 (Uniform Continuity)
Assignments
 Homework 1. Deadline: 22/9. Section 2.3: 4, 10, 12. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 2. Deadline: 29/9. Section 3.1: 5, 8. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 3. Deadline: 6/10. Section 3.2: 9, 20, 22. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 4. Deadline: 20/10. Section 3.4: 4a, 7a, 8a. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 5. Deadline: 27/10. Section 3.5: 3b, 5, 9. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 6. Deadline: 10/11. Section 4.3: 9, 13; Section 5.1: 4a, 10. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 7. Deadline: 17/11. Section 5.2: 7, 15. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 8. Deadline: 26/11. Section 5.4: 2, 6, 7. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
 Homework 9. Deadline: 3/12. Section 5.4: 8, 10. (submit ONE PDF file to Blackboard)
Solutions
 HW1 (Solutions)
 HW1 (Comments and Common Mistakes)
 HW2 (Solutions)
 HW2 (Comments and Common Mistakes)
 HW3 (Solutions)
 HW3 (Comments and Common Mistakes)
 HW4 (Solutions)
 HW4 (Comments and Good Work)
 HW5 (Solutions)
 Home Test 1 (Solutions)
 HW6 (Solutions with Common Mistakes)
 HW7 (Solutions with Common Mistakes)
 HW8 (Solutions with Common Mistakes)
 HW9 (Solutions with Common Mistakes)
 Home Test 2 (Solutions)
Assessment Scheme
Homework  10%  
Home Test 1 (Chp 23, 29 Oct Noon)  25%  
Home Test 2 (Chp 45, 5 Dec Noon)  25%  
Home Test 3 (24 Dec Noon)  40% 
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