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There is morematerial than can be covered in a semester and instructors will need to make selections andperhaps use certain topics as honors or extra credit projects.To provide some help for students in analyzing proofs of theorems, there is anappendix on ''Logic and Proofs'' that discusses topics such as implications, negations,contrapositives, and different types of proofs. However, it is a more useful experience tolearn how to construct proofs by first watching and then doing than by reading abouttechniques of proof.Results and proofs are given at a medium level of generality. For instance, continuousfunctions on closed, bounded intervals are studied in detail, but the proofs can be readilyadapted to a more general situation. This approach is used to advantage in Chapter 11where topological concepts are discussed. 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The material is of the greatest importance. Students find it rather naturalthough it takes time for them to become accustomed to the use of epsilon. A briefintroduction to Infinite Series is given in Section 3.7, with more advanced materialpresented in Chapter 9 Chapter 4 on limits of functions and Chapter 5 on continuous functions constitute theheart of the book. The discussion of limits and continuity relies heavily on the use ofsequences, and the closely parallel approach of these chapters reinforces the understandingof these essential topics. The fundamental properties of continuous functions on intervalsare discussed in Sections 5.3 and 5.4. The notion of a gauge is introduced in Section 5.5 andused to give alternate proofs of these theorems. Monotone functions are discussed inSection 5.6.The basic theory of the derivative is given in the first part of Chapter 6. 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