Real and Complex Analysis

      By Christopher Apelian and Steve Surace, with Akhil Mathew



Real and Complex Analysis is an undergraduate mathematics textbook by C. Apelian and S. Surace of Drew University. The book is suitable for a two-semester course covering the fundamentals of both advanced calculus and complex function theory. Unlike most analysis textbooks at this level, it treats both real and complex analysis simultaneously. The choice of a unified presentation provides both greater elegance and economy.

The book covers the standard material in an undergraduate course on advanced calculus (e.g. point-set topology, Riemann integration, sequences and series) as well as complex analysis (e.g. Cauchy's theorems, Laurent series, and conformal mapping).

The website is intended for students and teachers, who will find sample chapters of the book as well as a partial solutions guide.



About the Authors
Table of Contents
Sample Pages
Solutions to Selected Exercises
Further Reading
Further Studies