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MATH 3001 - Analysis I - Section 003 - Fall 2016

Welcome to the course webpage! Please read the syllabus, available from the right menu, for policies and more information pertaining to this course.

Course Information

  • Time & Location: MWF 2:00-2:50pm in ECCR 118.
  • Instructor: Jordan Watts
  • Email: jordan DOT watts AT colorado*
  • Office Hours: MW 11:00-11:50am or by appointment
  • Office: Room 202, Math Building


  • Prerequisites: MATH 2001 (Introduction to Discrete Mathematics), or equivalent. In particular, you should be familiar with finite sets, mathematical induction, the pigeonhole principle, equivalence relations, and partial orders just to name a few things, as well as have experience with proving mathematical statements.


  • Steven R. Lay, Analysis - With an Introduction to Proof, 5th Edition, Pearson, 2014


Assessment Percent of Final Grade
Final Exam 30%
Midterms (2) 50% (25% each)
Homework Assignments (Best 10 out of 13) 20%

Regrading Policy

If you feel that there is an error in the grading of your work, please see your instructor immediately after your graded work is returned to you. After you leave the classroom with your paper, regrading is no longer possible. There is no need to explain what you "meant" since your solutions should be sufficiently clear to begin with. Note that regrading is very strict, and your grade will be lowered if it is found that the grader(s) was overly-generous or that you are simply trying to get extra points without good reason.

*Email Policy

If you wish to email me, replace "AT" with "@", "DOT" with "." and append ".edu". Note that you should always use your account to email me; if you don't, I will respond asking you to. If you wish to ask an administrative type question, make sure that it is not answered on this website first. Also, I will not answer complicated math-related questions by email. You should either ask me after class, come to my office hours, or make an appointment. Thank you for your understanding.