**Section C13/C14:** MWF 10:00-10:50 pm in 243
Altgeld

**Lecturer:** Jiří Lebl

Web: https://math.uiuc.edu/~jlebl/

Office: 105 Altgeld

E-mail:
jle...@math.uiuc.edu

Phone: 3-3143

Office hours: MW 11:00am-11:50am, and other times by appointment

Socks: odd (no extra credit for also wearing odd colored socks)

**Grades/Curve: ** Grades will be based on the percentages below. Curve
will be applied if needed.

**Exam 1: ** Wednesday, September 23rd, 20% of your grade.

**Exam 2: ** Wednesday, October 21st, 20% of your grade.

**Exam 3: ** Wednesday, December 2nd, 20% of your grade.

**Final Exam: ** 8:00-11:00 am, Monday, December 14, 30% of your grade. (Same room as class)

**Homework:** Assigned every week. Worth
10%, spot checked (*spot checked* means: some spot(s) of each
homework checked, and all will be collected). Lowest homework grade dropped.

**(The 4 credit version only:)** The extra work required will be worth
10% of the class. So scale the above percentages by 0.9.

**Test Policies:** No books, notes, calculators, phones, or computers allowed on
the exams or the final.

** Text: ** R. G. Bartle & D. R. Sherbert
*Introduction to Real Analysis*,
3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons 2000.

** Notes: **
The notes for the class are available at
http://www.jirka.org/ra/ (the old url will still work, but I won't update it past the end of this course). The notes are still subject to
change.
It will be best view them online or only print out the section you really need
to because of this. As any lecture notes you recieve in college,
these too contain plenty of typos, especially
before I've lectured on that particular topic. Basicaly no guarantees.

**Syllabus:** (only approximate, sections may not be covered in the same order as in the book)

1. Preliminaries (about 3 lectures) 2. The Real Numbers (about 5 lectures) 3. Sequences (3.6 omitted) (about 9 lectures) 4. Limits (4.3 omitted) (about 3 lectures) 5. Continuous Functions (5.5, 5.6 omitted) (about 6 lectures) 6. Differentiation (6.3, 6.4 omitted) (about 3 lectures) 7. The Riemann Integral (7.4 omitted) (about 6 lectures) 8. Sequences of Functions (about 4 lectures)