Analysis (from Greek analusis, which means breaking up or separating) is the process of dividing or breaking down a topic or problem that has a complex structure into smaller parts in order to obtain a better understanding of the topic or problem. Mathematical analysis, briefly often called analysis, is a branch of pure mathematics that includes theories of limits, incomplete series, analytic functions, derivatives, as well as the size and integral. Mathematical analysis can be applied to various branches of mathematics that have a relationship with the concept of nearness (topological space) or distance (metric space). Mathematical analysis teaches analytical thinking, so it can help in solving new nonstandard problems. Thus Mathematical analysis is a sufficiently important foundation for the development of concepts and methods, both in the mathematical analysis itself, the branch of mathematics beyond analysis, as well as its application.

# Laboratorium Analisis

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