Real analysis is a branch of mathematics, which analyse the real numbers and real valued functions. It is traditionally deals with the theory of functions of real valued variables. It may look abstract, but it gives the solid foundation to the understanding of real numbers and how real numbers are working. By this understanding we know from where the results which we are using, coming from. This understanding gives us a mentality, which is very important in any kind of science, to search for the roots.
Some Famous mathematicians who are dealing with real analysis:
Henri Lebesgue was a famous French mathematician, who is famous for his theory of integration.
Riemann Lebesgue lemma, Lebesgue dominant convergence theorem, Lebesgue constant and so many more theorems and integrals are coming under his name.
Pierre Joseph Louis Fatou (1878-1929) was another French mathematician and an astronomer. He is famous for his major contribution in Analysis. Fatou conjecture, Fatou's theorem,Fatou-Bieberbach domain, Fatou lemma and Fatou sets are some of his findings.
John Edensor Littlewood:
John Edensor Littlewood(1885-1977) was a famous British mathematician, known for his achievements analysis, differential equations and number theory.
Littlewood conjecture, Littlewood polynomial, Littlewood's three principles of real analysis, Littlewood's Tauberian theorem are some of his findings.
2. Fundamental theorems in analysis
3. Fundamental topics in analysis
4. Applied maths
5. Related fields of analysis.
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