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    Analysis 2

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    "Multivariable calculus , including differential mapppings, the inverse and implicit fucntion theorems, integration in higher dimensional space, fundamental theorm of calculus, Lebesgue measure, Fubini's theorem, change of variables formula and Fourier analysis."

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    Yeah, it will be useful for signalling. Take it if you have the space, though unless you're a theorist all you need is the first semester of analysis.

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    If your math grades are solid, focus on getting some research experience and take some field classes with active researchers in your dept.

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