Table of contents for Elements of real analysis / David A. Sprecher.

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Part I. Fundamental Concepts
1. Sets and Functions
1. Sets
2. The Algebra of Sets
3. Functions
4. Countability
2. The Rational Numbers
5. Alebraic Properties
6. Decimal Expansions
Part II. The Real Line
3. The Real Number System
7. Cauchy Sequences and Their Equivalence Classes
8. The Real Number System
9. Completeness Properties of R
10. The Extended Real Line
4. Sequences and Series of Number
11. Sequences: Basic Limit Theorems
12. Upper and Lower Limits
13. Basic Properties of Series
14. Series with Nonnegative Terms
15. Alternating Series
16. Absolute Convergence
5. The Structure of Point Sets
17. Basic Notions
18. Closed Sets
19. Open Sets
20. Perfect Sets
21. Distance between Point Sets
22. Connected Sets
3. Functions of a Real Variable
23. Continuity Limits of Functions
24. Continuous Functions
25. The Nature of Discontinuities
26. Monotonic Functions
27. Uniform Continuity
7. Differentiability
28 The Derivative at a Point
29. A Continuous Nowhere Differentiable Function
30. Properties of the Derivative
31. Taylor's Theorem
8. Spaces of Continuous Functions
32. The Problems of Separability and Convergence
33. Uniform Convergence
34. Power Series
35. The Approximation of Functions
36. Equicontinuity
37. Summary
9. Measure and Integration
38. Measurable Sets
39. Properties of Measurable Sets
40. Measurable Functions
41. The Lebesgue Integral of Simple Functions
42. The Lebesgue Integral
43. Theorems on Limits under the Integral Sign
44. The Riemann Integral
10. Fourier Series
45. Basic Facts
46. The Space £ superscript 2
47. The Question of Convergence
Bibliography Glossary of Symbols Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Functions of real variables, Mathematical analysis