
MATH
420/507:
Real
Analysis I/
Measure Theory and
integration


This course offers a first year
graduate real analysis. In this course we will cover subjects
such as Sigmaalgebras, Lebesgue measure, Borel measures,
measurable functions, integration, convergence theorems, signed
measures, LebesgueRadonNikodym differentiation, Lp
spaces, Holder and Minkowski inequalities.
Announcements:

11/2/2011  Final exam will be
on Tuesday Dec 13th from 10am1pm in
Room MATH 104.
10/28/2011  Fourth assignment posted.
10/14/2011  Third assignment posted.
09/30/2011  Second assignment posted.
09/16/2011  First assignment posted.
08/28/2011  Website
Created.
08/28/2011
 First lecture on Wednesday Sep 7th.

Instructor:

Prof. Mahta Khosravi

Office Hours

Mondays 1pm 2pm, Wednesdays and
Fridays 10 am 
11am
(MATH
219)
(or by appointment).

Time and Location:

MWF 9:00am  10:00am (LSK 462)

Prereqs:

A score of
68% or higher in MATH 321.

Text:

“Real
Analysis, Modern Techniques and Their Applications, Second edition.”
by G. B. Folland. Chapters I, II, III,VI

Homework and Exams:

Homework
problems will be posted regularly on the course website.
In addition, there will be a ﬁnal. You
total score will be a weighted average of your homework and
ﬁnal scores, with the breakdown as follows:
50% on the Homework
50% on the Final Exam

