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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 2:23 pm 
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Greetings,

I have assembled here some problems in Analysis that are quite entertaining and some of them are quite challenging. The following booklet contains problems from $4$ main branches of Mathematical Analysis:

  1. Real and Complex Analysis
  2. Multivariable Calculus
  3. General Topology
  4. Integrals and Series

Most of the problems presented here are quite well known and can be found out there just by googling them and of course plenty of them have been posted here by me. Of course , there are others that have not been posted. To some of you these problems may be easy and only few can pose a real challenge. To others that have not this experience I challenge you to try your very best to come up with creative solutions to these problems.

As this booklet is human made , it is very logical that erros may occur during your reading. If you notice something feel free to contact me either by replying here or by sending me an e-mail at the e-mail adress that you can find within the booklet.

Hope you enjoy your time tackling them or just reading them.

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The file is updated! Check first post for a direct download.

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File updated to version $5$. As always your remarks are most welcome.

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