By Donald Yau

ISBN-10: 9814417858

ISBN-13: 9789814417853

This e-book is an introductory textual content on actual research for undergraduate scholars. The prerequisite for this booklet is a superior history in freshman calculus in a single variable. The meant viewers of this booklet contains undergraduate arithmetic majors and scholars from different disciplines who use genuine research. because this publication is geared toward scholars who shouldn't have a lot previous event with proofs, the speed is slower in prior chapters than in later chapters. There are hundreds of thousands of routines, and tricks for a few of them are integrated.

Readership: Undergraduates and graduate scholars in research.

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17) Let S1 , . . , Sn be non-empty bounded subsets of R for some n ≥ 1. Prove that the union ⋃ni=1 Si is also non-empty and bounded. 6. 5 analysis-yau 21 Countability Sets come in different sizes. The most basic way to define the size of a set is to categorize it as either finite or infinite. 6. A set S is called a finite set if either S is the empty set ∅ or there is a bijection from S to the set {1, 2, . . , n} with n elements for some positive integer n. A set that is not finite is called an infinite set.

0, A sequence {an } is not a Cauchy sequence if and only if there exists 0 > 0 such that for every positive integer N , there exist integers n, m ≥ N such that ∣an − am ∣ ≥ 0 . 2 for a convergent sequence. However, the above definition does not involve a limit. Roughly speaking, a Cauchy sequence is a sequence whose terms are eventually all close to each other. We are going to show that a sequence is convergent if and only if it is a Cauchy sequence. One direction is in the following result. 9.

Given a sequence, what can be said about the limits of its convergent subsequences? The purpose of this section is to study this question. 1 Subsequential Limits First we need some definitions. 9. By an extended real number we mean either a real number or one of the symbols ∞ and −∞. The set of extended real numbers is denoted by R ∪ {±∞}. The usual order of the real numbers naturally extends to the extended real numbers by defining −∞ < a < ∞ for all a ∈ R. 20. For a monotone sequence {an }, the symbol lim an always makes sense as an extended real number.

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