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# MATH 6352.

02, Analysis 1
Fall 2017

## Instructor: Dr. Jasang Yoon

Office: MAGC 3.710
Phone: 665-3633; E-mail: Jasang.yoon@utrgv.edu

and place

New York.

## Course Content 1. Notions from set theory

2. The real number system
3. Metric spaces
4. Continuous functions
5. Differentiation
6. Riemann integration
7. Interchange of limit operations
8. The method of successive approximations
9. Partial differentiation
10. Multiple integrals
Sections covered:
Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
The purpose of this course is to provide the necessary background for all
branches of modern mathematics involving analysis and to train the students in
the use of axiomatic methods.

Homework: Exercises will be assigned after each class meeting and they will be collected

Examinations: There will be FOUR one-hour exams. All students are expected to take the
examinations at the announced time. On all problems, you must show your
work. Write clearly and show all your work; a correct answer alone may not

components (total 1000 points).
Attendance: 100 points
Homework: 300 points
Two in-class exams: 400 points
(each exam is comprehensive)
Exam 1 and Exam 2: will be announced
Two project-presentations: 200 points

## Grade Distribution: 90-100% : A 70-79% : C

80-89% : B 60-69% : D 0-59%: F
Attendance It is your responsibility to sign the attendance sheet at each class meeting. This
is the official record of your attendance. If you are tardy, you must write the
time that you arrive. If you leave early, you must write the time that you leave
(failure to do this will result in your being marked absent). Excessive tardiness
will be counted as absences. Unexcused absence for any exam will result in
the automatic drop from the class. Four unexcused absences will result in
the automatic drop from the class (Full 50pts Earned for Zero Absences;
Only 40pts Earned if absent once; Only 30pts earned if absent twice; No
percentage points earned if absent 3 or more times). Please turn off your cell-
phones during the class. UTRGVs attendance policy excuses students from
attending class if they are participating in officially sponsored university
activities, such as athletics; for observance of religious holy days; or for
military service. Students should contact the instructor in advance of the
excused absence and arrange to make up missed work or examinations.

## Special If you have a documented disability (physical, psychological, learning, or other

Accessibility Services to schedule an appointment to initiate services. It is
recommended that you schedule an appointment with Student Accessibility
Services before classes start. However, accommodations can be provided at any
time.

Drop Policy According to UTRGV policy, students may drop any class without penalty
earning a grade of DR until the official drop date. Following that date, students
must be assigned a letter grade and can no longer drop the class. Students
considering dropping the class should be aware of the 3-peat rule and the 6-
drop rule so they can recognize how dropped classes may affect their academic
success. The 6-drop rule refers to Texas law that dictates that undergraduate
students may not drop more than six courses during their undergraduate career.
Courses dropped at other Texas public higher education institutions will count
toward the six-course drop limit. The 3-peat rule refers to additional fees
charged to students who take the same class for the third time.

Makeup Policy In case of illness and in rare cases of other conflicts, students with documented
excuses may request to take a makeup exam after scheduled exam. In all cases,
makeup must be requested before the regularly scheduled exam.

Important Dates November 15 Last day to drop (DR grade) a class or withdraw (W)
December 7 Study Day; no classes

Electronic The university policy requires all electronic communication between the
Communication University and students be conducted through the official University supplied
Policy: systems; namely UTRGV email or Blackboard for course specific
account for all future correspondence with UTRGV faculty and staff.
Mandatory Course Mandatory Course Evaluations Period (Nov. 18 Dec. 8, 2017). Students are
Evaluations required to complete an ONLINE evaluation of this course, accessed through
your UTRGV account (http://my.utrgv.edu); you will be contacted through
email with further instructions. Students who complete their evaluations will
Online evaluations will be available Nov. 18 Dec. 8, 2017.

## Scholastic Integrity As members of a community dedicated to Honesty, Integrity and Respect,

students are reminded that those who engage in scholastic dishonesty are
subject to disciplinary penalties, including the possibility of failure in the
course and expulsion from the University. Scholastic dishonesty includes but is
not limited to: cheating, plagiarism, and collusion; submission for credit of any
work or materials that are attributable in whole or in part to another person;
taking an examination for another person; any act designed to give unfair
advantage to a student; or the attempt to commit such acts. Since scholastic
dishonesty harms the individual, all students and the integrity of the University,
policies on scholastic dishonesty will be strictly enforced (Board of Regents
Rules and Regulations and UTRGV Academic Integrity Guidelines). All
scholastic dishonesty incidents will be reported to the Dean of Students.

## SEXUAL In accordance with UT System regulations, your instructor is a responsible

HARASSMENT, employee for reporting purposes under Title IX regulations and so must report
DISCRIMINATION, any instance, occurring during a students time in college, of sexual assault,
and VIOLENCE: stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, or sexual harassment about which
she/he becomes aware during this course through writing, discussion, or
including confidential resources available on campus. The faculty and staff of
UTRGV actively strive to provide a learning, working, and living environment
that promotes personal integrity, civility, and mutual respect in an environment
free from sexual misconduct and discrimination.

## Core Curriculum 1. To apply arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, higher-order thinking, and

Student Learning statistical methods to modeling and solving real-world situations.
Outcomes: 2. To represent and evaluate basic mathematical information verbally,
numerically, graphically, and symbolically.
3. To expand mathematical reasoning skills and formal logic to develop
convincing mathematical arguments.
4. To use appropriate technology to enhance mathematical thinking and
understanding and to solve mathematical problems and judge the
reasonableness of the results.
5. To interpret mathematical models such as formulas, graphs, tables and
schematics, and draw inferences from them.
6. To recognize the limitations of mathematical and statistical models.
7. To develop the view that mathematics is an evolving discipline, interrelated
with human culture, and understand its connections to other disciplines.