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# 100+1 Problems in Advanced Calculus: A Creative Journey through the Fjords of Mathematical Analysis

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This book convenes a collection of carefully selected problems in mathematical analysis, crafted to achieve maximum synergy between analytic geometry and algebra and favoring mathematical creativity in contrast to mere repetitive techniques. With eight chapters, this work guides the student through the basic principles of the subject, with a level of complexity that requires good use of imagination.

In this work, all the fundamental concepts seen in a first-year Calculus course are covered. Problems touch on topics like inequalities, elementary point-set topology, limits of real-valued functions, differentiation, classical theorems of differential calculus (Rolle, Lagrange, Cauchy, and l’Hospital), graphs of functions, and Riemann integrals and antiderivatives. Every chapter starts with a theoretical background, in which relevant definitions and theorems are provided; then, related problems are presented. Formalism is kept at a minimum, and solutions can be found at the end of each chapter.

Instructors and students of Mathematical Analysis, Calculus and Advanced Calculus aimed at first-year undergraduates in Mathematics, Physics and Engineering courses can greatly benefit from this book, which can also serve as a rich supplement to any traditional textbook on these subjects as well.

Συγγραφείς: Toni Paolo, Lamberti Pier Domenico, Drago Giacomo
Εκδότης: SPRINGER
Σελίδες: 220
ISBN: 9783030918620
Εξώφυλλο: Σκληρό Εξώφυλλο
Αριθμός Έκδοσης: 1
Έτος έκδοσης: 2022

Preface.-Detailed summary of exercise sections.-Introduction.-1. Properties Preserved by Homeomorphisms of Function Spaces.-2. Solutions of Problems 1-500.-3. Bonus Results: Some Hidden Statements.-4. Open Problems.-Bibliography.-List of Special Symbols.-Index.

Paolo Toni is a Teacher of Mathematics and Physics, retired from Liceo Scientifico E. Fermi in Padua, Italy, with prolific research activities on didactics of mathematics. He obtained a Mathematics degree (1972) from the University of Firenze and authored a few books, beginning with recreational mathematics. For many years, Prof. Toni took an active role in mathematical competitions in his home country, having co-created, directed, and promoted the “Città di Padova” Mathematical Competition, aimed at students of secondary level.

Pier Domenico Lamberti is a Full Professor in Mathematical Analysis at the University of Padua, Italy. He got a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Padua (2003), and has been visiting researcher at the University of Cardiff, UK; University of Athens, Greece; and Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. His research interests lie in mathematical analysis, with focus on partial differential equations, spectral theory, theory of functions spaces, functional analysis, calculus of variations, and homogenization theory.

Giacomo Drago is a Teacher of Mathematics and Physics at Istituto Tecnico Economico Calvi in Padua, Italy. He obtained a Master degree in Mathematics (2011) from the University of Padua, Italy. As a student, he distinguished himself in the national finals of three consecutive editions (2004-2006) of the Kangourou Mathematics Competitions.