# Category:Mathematical analysis

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**Analysis** is a branch of mathematics that deals with real numbers and complex numbers and their functions. It has its beginnings in the rigorous formulation of calculus and it studies concepts such as continuity, integration and differentiability in general settings.

## Subcategories

This category has the following 37 subcategories, out of 37 total.

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## Pages in category "Mathematical analysis"

The following 164 pages are in this category, out of 164 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

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- Caccioppoli set
- Calculus on Manifolds (book)
- Carleman's condition
- Cauchy index
- Cauchy principal value
- Cauchy–Rassias stability
- Cauchy–Schwarz inequality
- Characteristic variety
- Characterizations of the exponential function
- Chisini mean
- Christ–Kiselev maximal inequality
- Classification of discontinuities
- Coincidence point
- Conical combination
- Continued fraction
- Convex combination
- Coordinate singularity
- A Course of Modern Analysis
- A Course of Pure Mathematics

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- Second derivative
- Semi-continuity
- Series expansion
- Series multisection
- Singularity (mathematics)
- Smooth infinitesimal analysis
- Solving quadratic equations with continued fractions
- Stationary phase approximation
- Stieltjes moment problem
- Stress majorization
- Subadditivity
- Summa (mathematics)
- Summability kernel
- Superadditivity
- Superslow process

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