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Since this number depends on the constant t as well as n, let us write it, more precisely, as pn t.
If you have done 2: Now the identity maps id K: A convergent sequence together with the point it approaches form a compact set. R 23 You should prove this for an arbitrary separable metric space, then use 2: A version of Theorem 7.
Another example showing pointwise convergence is not convergence in any metric. Uniform convergence is convergence in a metric even for unbounded functions. For some further related results, see 4. In this exercise, I have stated the contrary! Getting the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus from Theorem 6.
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Hint for the last part: Integrable functions can have infinitely many big jumps. Subsequential limits of unions of sequences. The Schwarz inequality for integrals. We shall examine here how many different rudib we can get by successively applying the closure and interior operators to E. Discontinuities of integer-part and fractional-part functions. Note that the page ends with a very short line which gives one of the hypotheses of the exercise.
One way to get around this would be to hand out a sketchy proof taken from such a text, and ask students to justify specified steps using results from Rudin. First note why one implication is true; your example should show the other is false. Deduce from Theorem 7.
Uniform convergence expressed in terms of uniform continuity. The empty set is everywhere. Let X be a metric space. Show that a curve with this property cannot be rectifiable. Assuming the rudni of 3. Example showing that absolute convergence of a series does not imply uniform convergence.
The analog of the ratio test, based on considering the relation between successive terms, is noted in part e. You may assume the equivalence of the above two characterizations of S, and so use either in proving the result.
Intersections of uniform closures, and uniform closures of intersections. The vector-valued result is not hard to prove from the theorem as given. Some questions on relative closures and interiors. Let E be a subset of a metric space X. Square roots in C.
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You may assume 7. Busy-body curves have to be long. A union of finitely many compact sets is compact.
A simpler formula characterizing l. A non-closed set has no largest closed subset. We shall show that the sequence fn converges respectively, converges uniformly to f if and only if a certain function F on a certain metric space X is continuous respectively, uniformly continuous.
How does the curve look at the corresponding point? Give a proof of that theorem, as sketched below, which obtains explicitly an uncountable subset of P, rather than getting a contradiction from the assumption that P is countable: Share your thoughts with other customers.
Hint for part c in the case where neither of the integrals on the right is zero: Equicontinuous algebras are mostly uninteresting.