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It is accessible to undergraduates from the second year on, and even beginning graduate students can benefit from some sections.
The well-chosen selection of examples is accessible to students who have a background in calculus and elementary algebra, but not necessarily in real or complex analysis. In places, Runde's text treats its material differently to other books on the subject, providing a fresh perspective. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 9.
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