Real Analysis and Applications: including Fourier Series and the Calculations of Variations
Publication Year: 2005
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Instructors, for some solutions not in the back of the text, email the author, with a link to a departmental webpage with your name on it.
For extra basic exercises, Karl-Dieter Crisman of Gordon College suggests Schaum's Outlines "Advanced Calculus."
ERRATA of interest (April 18, 2006)
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Exercise 16.8. Add assumption that limit is continuous (to make exercise easier).
Page 132, end of line 3. Delete the extra 2 before y'.
Line 11. sin^2 should be just sin.
Exercise 28.3. The answer in the back of the book for the great circle distance should be 3629 miles;
the distance along the circle of latitude is about 3% farther.
(Thanks to Jeff Meng, David Thompson, and Zoe Xie.)
Exercise 29.8. In the integral formula for L, each x should have a dot on it.
Exercise 30:2b. The r in the denominator should be italic not bold, so that the denominator is the square of the distance to the origin.
Exercise 33.3. At end of hint, replace "(c2 / 2 c1) t" with "-(c2 / 2 c1 r) e^-rt".