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I want to sharpen my analysis skills.

I am looking for a problem book in real analysis.

Anybody here knows a good one?

I use Rudin's Principle of Mathematical Analysis for reading.

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I want to sharpen my analysis skills.

I am looking for a problem book in real analysis.

Anybody here knows a good one?

I use Rudin's Principle of Mathematical Analysis for reading.

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I have been advised to read this book , seems a good one. Are you looking for a book that only contains problems ?

I want to sharpen my analysis skills.

I am looking for a problem book in real analysis.

Anybody here knows a good one?

I use Rudin's Principle of Mathematical Analysis for reading.

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Hello Zaid,I have been advised to read this book , seems a good one. Are you looking for a book that only contains problems ?

Yes, I was looking for a book which contains only problems (and may contain solutions).

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Don't know how available this book is, but Demidovich is the standard exercise book in the mathematics department of Moscow State University. There is also an Anti-Demidovich (a book of solutions).

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Place the Demidovich book on a table and throw the Anti-Demidovich book at it. Do they annihilate each other?Don't know how available this book is, but Demidovich is the standard exercise book in the mathematics department of Moscow State University. There is also an Anti-Demidovich (a book of solutions).

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Hi caffeinemachine,

I want to sharpen my analysis skills.

I am looking for a problem book in real analysis.

Anybody here knows a good one?

I use Rudin's Principle of Mathematical Analysis for reading.

Schaums Outline of Advanced Calculus by R. Wrede, M. Spiegel might be a good one.

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They may not annihilate, but throwing one on top of the other may break the table. Demidovich has over 600 pages, and Anti-Demidovich consists of five volumes for the total of over 1500 pages (though the last two volumes are about complex analysis and differential equations). But there are many places where both books (in Russian, at least) can be downloaded.Place the Demidovich book on a table and throw the Anti-Demidovich book at it. Do they annihilate each other?

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