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This is the reason you should read old textbooks.
However, you would have a complete understanding from Hardy so you could probably argue it with your professor and get the credit back.
The entire book reads like a discussion between a professor and a student. A Mathematician’s Apology Canto Classics. Kunj Patel rated it it was amazing Aug 19, What really makes this great is Hardy’s connection with the reader. This is coming from someone who was average at math in school and hated it to the bone in university. This book was extremely influential in the teaching of mathematics over the last century. A Course of Pure Mathematics.
Get to Know Us. There is no greater evidence of this fact than this classic work by Hardy, which could be used without alteration or additional explanation as a text in modern college mathematics courses.
Mbkanavi rated it did not puure it Oct 09, Contributor University of California Libraries. He spends 30 pages discussing what a function of real variables actually means. Yoursly rated it liked it Jun 25, I’d say the book is more leisurely than these classics, and goes deeper into interesting limits and calculations.
Tom Verhoeff rated it it was amazing Aug 15, Instead of metric spaces and topology, it uses the epsilon-delta method of proof. Embarrassingly, the problems remain extremely difficult for me. The problems require a skill that reading the book will not give you. G.h.hardy try again later.
Previously, I could easily find whether a certain function converged or not by applying one of the many tests mechanically.
A Course of Pure Mathematics
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book is a classic. What I have found was a lot of the things covered in this book are in any modern calculus book and because of the old notation used in equations and the amount of skips in the proofs, etc.
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For example complex numbers are not really “numbers” in the same sense as ‘integers’. It takes several reads to understand some concepts. Cambridge Mathematical Library Paperback: Ironically his mathematjcs instruction is by no means superfical.
I read alot of old textbooks, and sometimes it is a waste, but more often it presents techniques long forgotten with the age of calculators. Articles needing additional references from June All articles needing additional references. Book Description Since its publication inthis textbook has become a classic work for successive generations of student mathematicians to refer to for the fundamental ideas of differential and integral calculus, the properties of infinite series, as well as other topics involving the notion of limit.
A Course of Pure Mathematics by G. H. Hardy
Hardy’s presentation of mathematical analysis is as valid today as when first written: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hardy was rightfully known as a bit of an eccentric, yet he was a brilliant pure mathematician and he will always be held in the highest regard for his actions in aiding the Indian prodigy Ramanujan.
The book is not easy, but it is very clear.