MATH2050C - Mathematical Analysis I - 2021/22
- The centralized online final exam will take place on May 5, 2022 (Thursday) from 12:30-2:30PM. Please refer to the email that has been sent to you for further details. If you have any questions, please let me know as soon as possible.
- Problem Set 12 (the last one!) is posted and due on Apr 22.
- You should have received a link to the online CTE survey. Please complete the course evaluation during the period 8:30AM April 12 - 11:59PM April 14.
- Note that April 4-8 is the reading week of Term 2. There will be NO lectures or tutorials during this period..
- Problem Set 11 is posted and due on Apr 15.
- Problem Set 10 is posted and due on Apr 1.
- Statistics for midterm are as follow: Full Mark=70, Mean=55.4, SD=10.7, Highest=70. The graded midterm has been sent back to you individually by email. Please check and let me know if you have any questions. [Suggested solutions have been posted on Blackboard.]
- Problem Set 9 is posted and due on Mar 25.
- Problem Set 8 is posted and due on Mar 18.
- Problem Set 7 is posted and due on Mar 11.
- The midterm will take place as an online take-home test (open book and notes) on March 3, 2022, from 8:30AM-10:00AM. It covers all the topics in Lecture Notes 1-11 up to textbook Section 3.3 inclusively. Please find more details in the follow-up email.
- Problem Set 6 is posted and due on Mar 4.
- Problem Set 5 is posted and due on Feb 25.
- Problem Set 4 is posted and due on Feb 18.
- Problem Set 3 is posted and due on Feb 11 after the Chinese New Year holiday..
- The classroom for lecture AND tutorial on Thursdays has been changed to LSK LT3 effective now when face-to-face teaching is resumed.
- Latest course arrangements:
- In view of the current pandemic situation, this course will be 100% online until further notice. Please keep checking the course webpage for any new updates about the course. We will be using a combination of (i) Course Webpage (for course materials); (ii) ZOOM (for lectures/tutorials and appointments); (iii) Blackboard (for lecture videos, homework submission and other course materials).
- Each lecture and tutorial will be a ZOOM "Meeting" hosted by the instructor and/or TAs, taking place during the same time as they have normally been scheduled. The particulars of the meetings are as follow:
- Lecture ID: 976-4346-9211
- Tutorial ID: 991-8006-0245
- For homework assignments, you can either type up your assignment or scan a copy of your written assignment into ONE PDF file and submit through CUHK Blackboard on/before the due date. Please remember to write down your name and student ID. You can refer to the webpage under "Useful Links" below about how to submit assignments through Blackboard.
- If you have any questions, you can stay in the ZOOM meeting after class or you can email me or the TAs to set up an appointment for a future ZOOM meeting.
- Quiz 1 will take place in class on Jan 25. [Cancelled]
- Problem Set 2 is posted and due on Jan 28.
- Problem Set 1 is posted and due on Jan 21.
- There is no tutorial in the first week of class. The first lecture will be on Jan 11, 2022.
LI Man-chun Martin
- Office: LSB 236
- Tel: 3943-1851
- Office Hours: By appointment
LO Chiu Hong
- Office: LSB 228
- Tel: 3943-7955
- Office Hours: Mon 2:30-3:30PM; Fri 2:30-3:30PM (or by appointment)
- Office: LSB 222A
- Tel: 3943-3575
- Office Hours: Thur 2:00-4:00PM (or by appointment)
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Tue 8:30-10:15AM at LHC G04; Thur 9:30-10:15AM at SC LG23
- Tutorial: Thur 8:30-9:15AM at SC LG23
This course is intended to provide conceptual understanding in the theory of functions of one variable. Topics include: real numbers, real valued functions, set notations; limits of sequences, convergence, Bolzano-Weierstrass; limits of functions, continuous functions, uniform continuity.
- "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
- Lecture 1 on Jan 11
- Lecture 2 on Jan 13
- Lecture 3 on Jan 18
- Lecture 4 on Jan 20
- Lecture 5 on Jan 25
- Lecture 6 on Jan 27
- Lecture 7 on Feb 8
- Lecture 8 on Feb 10
- Lecture 9 on Feb 15
- Lecture 10 on Feb 17
- Lecture 11 on Feb 22
- Lecture 12 on Feb 24
- Lecture 13 on Mar 1
- Lecture 14 on Mar 8
- Lecture 15 on Mar 10
- Lecture 16 on Mar 15
- Lecture 17 on Mar 17
- Lecture 18 on Mar 22
- Lecture 19 on Mar 24
- Lecture 20 on Mar 29
- Lecture 21 on Mar 31
- Lecture 22 on Apr 12
- Lecture 23 on Apr 14
- Lecture 24 on Apr 19
- Lecture 25 on Apr 21
- Tutorial notes 1 (Jan 20)
- Tutorial notes 2 (Jan 27)
- Tutorial notes 3 (Feb 10)
- Tutorial notes 4 (Feb 17)
- Tutorial notes 5 (Feb 24)
- Tutorial notes 6 (Mar 10)
- Tutorial notes 7 (Mar 17)
- Tutorial notes 8 (Mar 24)
- Tutorial notes 9 (Mar 31)
- Tutorial notes 10 (Apr 14)
- Tutorial notes 11 (Apr 21)
- Problem Set 0 (no need to hand in)
- Problem Set 1 (due on Jan 21)
- Problem Set 2 (due on Jan 28)
- Problem Set 3 (due on Feb 11)
- Problem Set 4 (due on Feb 18)
- Problem Set 5 (due on Feb 25)
- Problem Set 6 (due on Mar 4)
- Problem Set 7 (due on Mar 11)
- Problem Set 8 (due on Mar 18)
- Problem Set 9 (due on Mar 25)
- Problem Set 10 (due on Apr 1)
- Problem Set 11 (due on Apr 15)
- Problem Set 12 (due on Apr 22)
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- How to submit assignments through CUHK Blackboard
- Link to ZOOM meeting for Lectures
- Link to ZOOM meeting for Tutorials
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and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Assessment Policy Last updated: April 21, 2022 10:31:12