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Course Listings/Descriptions Semester offering codes corrected and posted on June 7, 2004. 
MAAMathematics: Analysis MAA 4211 Advanced Calculus I . . . . . 3(F,SS) Prerequisite: MAC 2313 and MHF 3202. The theory of functions of a real variable. Inequalities, sequences, rigorous discussion of limits, continuity, differentiabiligy and Riemann integrals. Basic concepts of point set topology on the real line. (Gordon Rule Course: Theoretical Math) MAA 4212 Advanced Topics in MultiVariable Calculus . . . . . 3(S) Prerequisite: MAC 2313. Differential and integral calculus of functions of several variables. Basic concepts of point set topology on the plane, partial derivatives, chain rule, multiple integrals and their transformations, infinite series, uniform convergence of sequences and series of funtions. (Gordon Rule Course: Theoretical Math). MAA 5404 Analytic Functions . . . . . 3(F) Prerequisite: MAC 2313. Complex numbers and functions of a complex variable. Complex numbers, their algebra and their geometric representation, the elementary functions, analytic functions and harmonic functions, the complex line integral, integral formulae, Taylor and Laurent series, residues and applications of residues. (Senior standing is required). MAA 6230 Topics in Analysis . . . . . 3(F) Prerequisite: MAC 2313 and MHF 3202. Topics in elementary calculus examined from an advanced standpoint. Permission is required.
