MATH2050C  Mathematical Analysis I  2022/23
Announcement
 Problem Set 4 is posted and due on Feb 17.
 Problem Set 3 is posted and due on Feb 10.
 Quiz 1 will take place in class on Feb 2.
 Problem Set 2 is posted and due on Feb 3.
 Problem Set 1 is posted and due on Jan 20.
 There is no tutorial in the first week of class. The first lecture will be on Jan 10, 2023. You are highly encouraged to go through Problem Set 0 for revision of some background topics which are needed for this course but not going to be covered in lectures.
General Information
Lecturer

LI Manchun Martin
 Office: LSB 236
 Tel: 39431851
 Email:
 Office Hours: By appointment
Teaching Assistant

LO Chiu Hong
 Office: LSB 228
 Tel: 39437955
 Email:
 Office Hours: Mon 2:303:30PM, Wed 2:303:30PM (or by appointment)

IU Liu Yin
 Office: AB1 407A
 Tel: 39433721
 Email:
 Office Hours: Thur 2:004:00PM (or by appointment)
Time and Venue
 Lecture: Tue 4:306:15PM and Thur 4:305:15PM at LHC G04
 Tutorial: Thur 5:306:15PM at LHC G04
Course Description
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, BolzanoWeierstrass; limits of functions, continuous functions, uniform continuity.
Textbooks
 "Introduction to Real Analysis" (4th edition) by R.G. Bartle and D.R. Sherbert, JohnWiley and Sons, NY, 2011
References
 "Principles of Mathematical Analysis" by W. Rudin, McGrawHill, 1976
Preclass Notes
Lecture Notes
 Lecture 1 on Jan 10
 Lecture 2 on Jan 12
 Lecture 3 on Jan 17
 Lecture 4 on Jan 19
 Lecture 5 on Jan 31
 Lecture 6 on Feb 2
 Lecture 7 on Feb 7
 Lecture 8 on Feb 9
Assignments
 Problem Set 0 (no need to hand in)
 Problem Set 1 (due on Jan 20)
 Problem Set 2 (due on Feb 3)
 Problem Set 3 (due on Feb 10)
 Problem Set 4 (due on Feb 17)
Assessment Scheme
Assignments, quizzes and classworks  15%  
Midterm (Mar 2, 2023 inclass)  35%  
Final Exam (centralized, please refer to RES webpage)  50% 
Honesty in Academic Work
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http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/policy/academichonesty/and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Assessment Policy Last updated: February 06, 2023 21:56:29