About the course

Together with Math 10860 in the spring, this is officially a rigorous course on limits, differentiation, integration, and the connections between them. But you should think of it as a first course in mathematical reasoning for the strongest and most motivated incoming math majors and potential math majors. It's the course where you learn how to reason and how to prove. A major goal is to develop your ability to write arguments clearly and correctly. This is done in the context of an epsilon-delta approach to limits & calculus.

Please contact the instructor, dgalvin1 at nd.edu, for more information