Stony Brook University
MAT 320 -- Introduction to Analysis -- Fall 2007

This course meets together with MAT 319 through week 5 (October 5).

* Index
* Course Description
* Teaching Staff, Office Hours
* Syllabus and Homework

Final letter grades are posted on SOLAR. They were computed from:
20% each midterm, 25% homework, 35% final.

Final and Solutions. Score distribution on Final (total=100)


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