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By Howard J. Wilcox

ISBN-10: 0882756141

ISBN-13: 9780882756141

Undergraduate-level advent to Riemann fundamental, measurable units, measurable services, Lebesgue crucial, different subject matters. a number of examples and workouts.

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3 Give two different formulas (for two different sequences) that generate a sequence whose first four terms are 2, 4, 6, 8. 3. 4 Give a formula that generates a sequence whose first five terms are 2, 4, 6, 8, π. 5 The examples listed here are the first few terms of a sequence that is either an arithmetic progression or a geometric progression. What is the next term in the sequence? Give a general formula for the sequence. (a) 7, 4, 1, . . 001, . . √ (c) 2, 2, 1, . . 6 Consider the sequence defined recursively by √ √ x1 = 2 , xn = 2 + xn−1 .

Give a proof that does not use the completeness axiom that works for x rational. Find a √ proof that is valid for x = y, where y is rational. 2 √ we made much of the fact that there is a number whose square is 2 and so 2 does exist as a real number. Show that α = sup{x ∈ R : x2 < 2} exists as a real number and that α2 = 2. 8 Inductive Property of IN Since the natural numbers are included in the set of real numbers there are further important properties of IN that can be deduced from the axioms.

3 Give two different formulas (for two different sequences) that generate a sequence whose first four terms are 2, 4, 6, 8. 3. 4 Give a formula that generates a sequence whose first five terms are 2, 4, 6, 8, π. 5 The examples listed here are the first few terms of a sequence that is either an arithmetic progression or a geometric progression. What is the next term in the sequence? Give a general formula for the sequence. (a) 7, 4, 1, . . 001, . . √ (c) 2, 2, 1, . . 6 Consider the sequence defined recursively by √ √ x1 = 2 , xn = 2 + xn−1 .

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