MATH 354: Honors Analysis 3
Course web page:
MWF 9:30-10:30, Burnside 920
Tuesday, October 10, 9:30-10:30, Burnside 920
Review lecture: Wednesday, November 29, 17:00-18:00, Burnside 920
Office: BH1212, Office Hours: Mon 11:00-12:00, Wed. 10:30-11:30,
or by appointment
E-mail: jakobson AT math.mcgill.ca
Darren Swersky and Sharam Shahlaei-Far
Tutorials (starting in October):
Time (alternate weeks): Friday, 11:30-12:30, Burnside 1214
OR: Thursday, 1pm-2pm, Burnside 1234
Week of November 13 only: also Tuesday, 1pm-2pm, Burnside 1234
Monday, December 4 only: 10:30-12:30, Burnside 1234
Gabriel's times at Helpdesk: Monday, 2pm - 5pm; Thursday, 2:30pm -
5pm; Friday - 1pm - 2:30pm.
Wednesday, December 13 (Jakobson), 11:00am, Burnside 920
Thursday, December 14 (Gauthier), 11:00am, Burnside 1205
Math 255 or equivalent
Text: Introductory real analysis, by A. Kolmogorov and S. Fomin,
Dover Publications (on reserve in Schulich library).
Syllabus: Introduction to metric spaces. Completenes, Compactness,
Connectedness. Multivariable differential calculus, implicit and inverse
Assignments: There will be be several assignments.
Due dates will be announced in class and on the course web page.
Late assignments will not be accepted, except in cases of emergency.
Depending on availability of TA and other factors, some problems may
not be marked.
Midterm: There will be an in-class midterm, October 23.
It will be held at the same time and place as the regular lecture.
Solutions: ps and
Old Midterm solutions (pdf)
Missed midterm cannot be redone. If you miss the midterm for
any reason, the weights for your mark will be: Assignments 20%, Final 80%.
Final: There will be a three hour final exam. Date:
December 18, 2:00 pm
Supplemental: There will be a supplemental exam, counting 100% of
the supplemental grade. No additional work will be accepted for D, F, or J.
Your final mark will be the largest
of the following: [20% Assignments + 30% Midterm + 50% Final]; OR
[20% Assignments + 80% Final].
WebCT: Your scores on assignments, midterm, final, and your
final mark will be posted on
Course material from previous courses at McGill:
Web links in Analysis
HELPDESK and their email:
WEB LINKS in Calculus, Algebra,
Geometry and Differential Equations.
McGill University values academic integrity. Therefore, all
students must understand the meaning and consequences of
cheating, plagiarism and other academic offences under the Code
of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures (see McGill web page
on Academic Integrity
for more information).