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Math 313

## Analysis I, Spring 2014

**Time**: MWF 1:00-1:50

**Location**: 307 Addams Hall

**Instructo**r: Henri Gillet

**Office:** 405 SEO

**Phone: ** 413-2157

**Email: ** gillet@uic.edu

**Course Website:**
http://www.math.uic.edu/~henri/math313.html

**Office Hours: ** Monday 2:00-3:00, and Wednesday
3:00-4:00 or by request.

**Text:** “Elementary Analysis: the Theory of
Calculus”, by Ross

**Syllabus**: We will cover as much of text as possible. I.e.
Chapters 1-6. Analysis can be described as “calculus done properly” i.e.
Analysis is Calculus provided with its rigorous foundations. We will redo
many things that you may have thought you understood, but now with an
emphasis not on how to compute things, but rather on why things are true.

We will not assume anything until it has been proved. Our goal will be to
truly understand why calculus works, providing an understanding well beyond
what is given in a standard calculus course. In addition, in the homework
you will be given a number of exercises that will help in this
understanding.

**Lectures vs the Textbook.** There may be material presented
in the lectures that is either not in the textbook, or that is presented in
a different way than in the textbook. “I was not in class the day that was
discussed” is not a valid excuse.

**Homework: **There will be weekly homework assignments in
this class. The assignments will be posted on the web site each Friday and
due one week later at the beginning of class on the following Friday.
Collaboration with other students on homework is encouraged; indeed working
in groups on the homework is one of the best ways to learn the material.
However, all answers must be written in your own words. i.e. use discussion
with other students (or TA’s at the MLC) to improve your understanding of
the material. There will be no homework due the weeks of the hour exams.

*Please make sure that UIC has the correct email address for you.
Otherwise you will not get emails from me via Blackboard. *

**Late homework:** Late homework is normally not accepted
except in special circumstances, and permission must be granted in advance.

**Exams:** There will be a final exam at the end of the
semester, as well as two in-class exams.

The mid-terms are TENTATIVELY scheduled for the following dates:

**Exam 1**: February 12

**Exam 2**: March 19

Make-up exams will be allowed only in case of (documented) emergency and
must be arranged in advance.

Grading: Each in-class exam will count for 1/6 of your total grade, the
final will be 1/3 of your grade, and the homework will be 1/3 of your grade.
Your lowest homework score will be dropped.

Academic Integrity & Classroom Behavior

While I strongly encourage you to discuss the content
of the course, including the homework problems, with each other, all
work submitted should be your own work. All students in the course should behave in a fashion
that respects the members of the course and the educational process. In particular please mute your cellphones during
class. See www.uic.edu/depts/dos/studentconduct.html
for general information on policies relating to academic integrity and student conduct.

Disabilities

The University of Illinois at Chicago is committed to maintaining a
barrier-free environment so that individuals with disabilities can fully
access programs, courses, services, and activities at UIC. Students with
disabilities who require accommodations for full access and participation
in UIC Programs must be registered with the Disability Resource Center
(DRC). Please contact DRC at (312) 413-2183 (voice) or (312) 413- 0123
(TDD).