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<< endobj /Subtype /Link So prepare real analysis to attempt these questions. In the exercises you will see that the case m= 3 proves the triangle inequality for the spherical metric of Example 1.6. Spaces of Functions) Many metric spaces are minor variations of the familiar real line. Lec # Topics; 1: Metric Spaces, Continuity, Limit Points ()2: Compactness, Connectedness ()3: Differentiation in n Dimensions ()4: Conditions … Real Analysis Muruhan Rathinam February 19, 2019 1 Metric spaces and sequences in metric spaces 1.1 Metric This section records notations for spaces of real functions. /Type /Annot 254 Appendix A. >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.1.5) >> Extension from measure density 79 References 84 1. To show that X is endobj 2. endobj Topics covered includes: Upper and Lower Limits of Sequences of Real Numbers, Continuous Functions, Differentiation, Riemann-Stieltjes Integration, Unifom Convergence … << /S /GoTo /D (section*.2) >> 101 0 obj Assume K1 ˙ K2 ˙ K3 ˙ form a decreasing sequence of closed subsets of X. p. cm. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.1.1.1) >> 88 0 obj 81 0 obj A subset of the real numbers is bounded whenever all its elements are at most some fixed distance from 0. /Type /Annot Completeness) /Subtype /Link NOTES ON METRIC SPACES JUAN PABLO XANDRI 1. On few occasions, I have also shown that if we want to extend the result from metric spaces to topological spaces, what kind of extra conditions need to be imposed on the topological space. Equivalent metrics13 3.2. << Real Variables with Basic Metric Space Topology This is a text in elementary real analysis. endobj /Subtype /Link /Resources 108 0 R $\begingroup$ Singletons sets are always closed in a Hausdorff space and it is easy to show that metric spaces are Hausdorff. We can also define bounded sets in a metric space. Proof. 1 Prelude to Modern Analysis 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Sets and numbers 3 1.3 Functions or mappings 10 1.4 Countability 14 1.5 Point sets 20 1.6 Open and closed sets 28 1.7 Sequences 32 1.8 Series 44 1.9 Functions of a real variable 52 1.10 Uniform convergence 59 1.11 Some linear algebra 69 1.12 Setting oﬀ 83 2 Metric Spaces 84 /A << /S /GoTo /D (section*.2) >> /Rect [154.959 303.776 235.298 315.403] Metric spaces are generalizations of the real line, in which some of the theorems that hold for R remain valid. One can do more on a metric space. 102 0 obj So for each vector /Border[0 0 0]/H/I/C[1 0 0] Then this does define a metric, in which no distinct pair of points are "close". Given a set X a metric on X is a function d: X X!R Lecture notes files. Continuous functions between metric spaces26 4.1. endobj /Border[0 0 0]/H/I/C[1 0 0] << /S /GoTo /D [86 0 R /Fit] >> Therefore our de nition of a complete metric space applies to normed vector spaces: an n.v.s. endstream
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