If you are looking up solutions so as to avoid *actually doing* your problem sets, you are hurting yourself by not learning anything. If you are looking up solutions because you are stuck somewhere, reach out to a peer or TA for the relevant hypothesis, argument, or trick to get “unstuck.”

If you choose to redistribute any of the solutions below without substantial changes to the exposition, please credit the original author(s).

- Selected Solutions written by me to Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5 of
*Principles of Mathematical Analysis (Third Edition)*by Walter Rudin. - Selected Solutions to Ahlfors – A number of solutions to textbook exercises which I worked out as part of a complex analysis course (Math 213a) taken in Fall 2011.
- Selected Solutions to Mongtomery and Vaughan – A number of solutions to textbook exercises which I worked out as part of an analytic number theory course (Math 229x) taken in Spring 2012.

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