@book {MATHEDUC.05835272,
author = {Liebeck, Martin},
title = {A concise introduction to pure mathematics. With a foreword by Robert Guralnick. 3rd ed.},
year = {2011},
isbn = {978-1-4398-3598-2},
edition = {3rd ed.},
pages = {xvi, 252~p.},
publisher = {Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press},
abstract = {New to this third edition of Liebeck's book (for a review of the first edition see [Zbl 0969.00001]) are three chapters on bounds, limits and continuity, providing an introduction to analysis, and a section giving solutions to the odd-numbered exercises. (Note that the solution to Exercise 11 of Chapter 13 erroneously states that there are 250 leap years in a 1000-year period.) The book remains an excellent choice for a transitional course to rigorous mathematics or for an introduction to the world of mathematics for good students from other areas.},
reviewer = {Gerald A. Heuer (Moorhead)},
msc2010 = {U95xx},
identifier = {2011b.01169},
}