Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 1:30pm - 2:30pm or by appointment.

Class Meeting Time: TTH 12:05pm - 1:25pm

Lecture Location: Clough Commons 129

Course Content:
Math 4318 is the second semester of an introduction to undergraduate real analysis. Topics covered include: Differentiation and Integration in R^n.

Prerequisites for the course Math 4317.

A syllabus for the course is available the first day, and then here.

Textbook: The textbook will be:

Title: "Introduction to Analysis"

Author: Maxwell Rosenlicht

Publisher: Dover Books on Mathematics

Homework: This course will have regular homework which will be collected one week after assignment. Late homework will not be accepted. A subset of the assigned problems will be selected for grading. Solutions must meet the formatting requirements below. Illegible and/or unintelligible solutions will receive no credit.

Be neatly and clearly written in complete, correct sentences.

Be written on the front side of the page only.

Be stapled together if having multiple pages.

Collaboration is allowed (and even encouraged) when working on homework problems. However, solutions must adhere to the following content guidelines.

Be written independently in a studentâ€™s own words.

Clearly acknowledge any person with whom any part of the assignment was discussed.

Properly credit any outside resource consulted in completing the assignment.

Any solution which violates the content guidelines will receive no credit. Flagrant or repeated violations will be dealt with as a matter of academic integrity. A 10% bonus on your earned homework grade will be given for submitting your homework typed.

Group work: Every fourth class meeting students will be placed into groups and work through mini-projects related to the material being covered. The groups will have to work through the project, with one group responsible for presenting the solution to the rest of the class. A short write-up based on the project will be required. Group composition will be decided by the Instructor.

Exams: This course will have two mid-term exams, and a comprehensive final exam. The mid-term exams for the course will tentatively take place on:

Attendance: Regular attendance is expected for all lectures. The student who misses a class meeting is responsible for any assignments and/or announcements made. Office hours will not be utilized to re-teach material presented in class. However, questions to better understand the course are always welcome.
In the event of an absence that will impact your ability to complete your assignments due to travel representing Georgia Tech, you must notify the professor at least two weeks in advance to arrange an early test or other alternative. In general make up exams will not be given except in the case of a documented medical emergency or travel to represent Georgia Tech.

Learning Disabilities: It is the right of any student with a certified learning disability to request necessary accommodation. Such requests must be made well in advance of the time that the accommodation is required and a letter of documentation from the ADAPTS office must be presented at the time of any request.

Academic Honesty: It is expected that all students are aware of their individual responsibilities under the Georgia Tech Academic Honor Code, which will be strictly adhered to in this class.