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- Real analysis is a traditional division of mathematical analysis, along with complex analysis and functional analysis. It is mainly concerned with the 'fine' (micro-level) behaviour of real functions, and related topics. See Category:Fourier analysis for topics in harmonic analysis.
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Pages in category "Real analysis"
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