By Terence Tao
This is an element of a two-volume ebook on genuine research and is meant for senior undergraduate scholars of arithmetic who've already been uncovered to calculus. The emphasis is on rigour and foundations of study. starting with the development of the quantity platforms and set conception, the publication discusses the fundamentals of research (limits, sequence, continuity, differentiation, Riemann integration), via to strength sequence, a number of variable calculus and Fourier research, after which eventually the Lebesgue critical. those are virtually totally set within the concrete atmosphere of the genuine line and Euclidean areas, even supposing there's a few fabric on summary metric and topological areas. The booklet additionally has appendices on mathematical common sense and the decimal process. the complete textual content (omitting a few much less crucial subject matters) should be taught in quarters of 25–30 lectures each one. The path fabric is deeply intertwined with the routines, because it is meant that the coed actively study the fabric (and perform considering and writing conscientiously) by way of proving numerous of the major ends up in the theory.
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In what follows we let (X, d) be a metric space. (a) Given any Cauchy sequence (xn )∞ n=1 in X, we introduce the formal limit LIMn→∞ xn . We say that two formal limits LIMn→∞ xn and LIMn→∞ yn are equal if limn→∞ d(xn , yn ) is equal to zero. Show that this equality relation obeys the reﬂexive, symmetry, and transitive axioms. (b) Let X be the space of all formal limits of Cauchy sequences in X, with the above equality relation. Deﬁne a metric dX : X ×X → R+ by setting dX (LIMn→∞ xn , LIMn→∞ yn ) := lim d(xn , yn ).
Then there exists c ∈ E such that f (c) = y. Proof. 5. 1. Let (X, ddisc ) be a metric space with the discrete metric. Let E be a subset of X which contains at least two elements. Show that E is disconnected. 2. Let f : X → Y be a function from a connected metric space (X, d) to a metric space (Y, ddisc ) with the discrete metric. Show that f is continuous if and only if it is constant. 3. 5. 4. 6. 5. 7. 6. Let (X, d) be a metric space, and let (Eα )α∈I be a collection of connected sets in X. Suppose also that α∈I Eα is non-empty.
4. 5 Topological spaces (Optional) The concept of a metric space can be generalized to that of a topological space. The idea here is not to view the metric d as the fundamental object; indeed, in a general topological space there is no metric at all. Instead, it is the collection of open sets which is the fundamental concept. Thus, whereas in a metric space one introduces the metric d ﬁrst, and then uses the metric to deﬁne ﬁrst the concept of an open ball and then the concept of an open set, in a topological space one starts just with the notion of an open set.
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