# Frequently Used Textbooks

The textbooks below are frequently used in the Berkeley undergraduate math classes. However, the assigned textbook may depend on the semester and instructor.

Course Number | Textbook(s) |
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104 | "Elementary analysis" by Kenneth Ross |

H104 | "Principles of mathematical analysis" by Walter Rudin |

105 | "Real mathematical analysis" by Charles Pugh |

110 | "Linear Algebra Done Right" by Sheldon Axler* (department selected text) |

113 | "A first course in abstract algebra" by John Fraleigh |

H113 | "Topics in algebra" by Israel Herstein |

114 | "Galois theory" by Ian Stewart |

116 | "An introduction to mathematical cryptography" by Hoffstein, Pipher and Silverman |

121A/B | "Mathematical methods in the physical sciences" by Mary Boas |

123 | "The qualitative theory of differential equations" by Brauer and Nohel |

126 | "Partial differential equations: an introduction" by Walter Strauss |

128A/B | "Numerical analysis" by Richard Burden and J. Douglas Faires |

130 | "Notes on geometry" by Elmer Rees |

140 | "Elements of differential geometry" by Richard Millman and George Parker |

141 | "Differential topology" by Victor Guillemin and Alan Pollack |

142 | "Basic topology" by M.A. Armstrong |

143 | "Ideals, varieties and algorithms" by David Cox, John Little and Donal O'Shea |

185 | "Complex variables and applications" by James Brown and Ruel Churchill |

H185 | "Complex analysis" by Lars Ahlfors |