Tamo . Suppose that a sequence of functions fn converges pointwise to a function f on...
4. Let {S.} be a sequence of differentiable real-valued functions on (a, b) that converges pointwise to a function f on (a, b). Suppose the sequence {f) converges uniformly on every compact subset of (a, b). Prove thatf is differen- tiable on (a, b) and that f'(x) = lim f(x) for all x E (a, b). 4. Let {S.} be a sequence of differentiable real-valued functions on (a, b) that converges pointwise to a function f on (a, b). Suppose...
Let {h} be a sequence ofRiemann integrable functions on [a,b], such that for each x, {h(x)) is a decreasing sequence. Suppose n) converges pointwise to a Riemann integrable function f Prove that f(x)dxf(x)dx. lim n00 Let {h} be a sequence ofRiemann integrable functions on [a,b], such that for each x, {h(x)) is a decreasing sequence. Suppose n) converges pointwise to a Riemann integrable function f Prove that f(x)dxf(x)dx. lim n00
(5) Let {fn} be a sequence in C((0, 1]) which converges uniformly (to C([0, 1]). Prove that {fn} is uniformly bounded and equicontinuous function f E a (5) Let {fn} be a sequence in C((0, 1]) which converges uniformly (to C([0, 1]). Prove that {fn} is uniformly bounded and equicontinuous function f E a
1. (a) Let {fn}neN : [0,00) + R be a sequence of function define by: sin(nx) fn(x) 1+ nx (i) Guess the pointwise limit f of fn on (0,00) and justify your claim. [15 Marks] (ii) Show that fn + f uniformly on ſa, 00), Va > 0. [10 Marks) (iii) Show that fn does not converge uniformly to f on (0,00) [10 Marks] (Hint: Show that ||fr|| 21+(1/2) (b) Prove that a continuous function f defined on a closed...
Consider the sequence of functions fn : [0,1| R where each fn is defined to be the unique piecewise linear function with domain [0, 1] whose graph passes through the points (0,0) (, n), (j,0), and (1,0) (a) Sketch the graphs of fi, f2, and f3. (b) Computefn(x) dx. (Hint: Compute the area under the graph of any fn) (c) Find a function f : [0, 1] -> R such that fn -* f pointwise, i.e. the pointwise limit of...
Let (X, dx), (Y, dy) be metric spaces and fn be a sequence of functions fn: XY Prove that if {fn} converges uniformly on X then for any a є x lim lim fn()- lim lim /) xa n-00 Let (X, dx), (Y, dy) be metric spaces and fn be a sequence of functions fn: XY Prove that if {fn} converges uniformly on X then for any a є x lim lim fn()- lim lim /) xa n-00
Exercise 1.5.18. Suppose that fn : X- C are a dominated se- quence of measurable functions, and let f : X → C be another measurable function. Show that fn converges pointwise almost ev- erywhere to f if and only if fn converges in almost uniformly to Exercise 1.5.18. Suppose that fn : X- C are a dominated se- quence of measurable functions, and let f : X → C be another measurable function. Show that fn converges pointwise almost...
Let fn (x) = 1 + (nx)? {n} are differentiable functions. (a) Show that {fn} converges uniformly to 0. (b) Show that .., XER, NEN. converges pointwise to a function discontinuous at the origin.
(2) Let {fJ be a sequence of continuous, real-valued functions that converges uniformly on the interval [0,1 (a) Show that there exists M> 0 such that n(x) M for all r E [0,1] and all n N. (b) Does the result in part (a) hold if uniform convergence is replaced by pointwise convergence? Prove or give a counterexample (2) Let {fJ be a sequence of continuous, real-valued functions that converges uniformly on the interval [0,1 (a) Show that there exists...
3. For each n E N let fn : (1, 0) -+ R be given by f/(x) = Find the function f : (1, 0) - R to which {fn} converges pointwise. Prove that the convergence is not uniform 3. For each n E N let fn : (1, 0) -+ R be given by f/(x) = Find the function f : (1, 0) - R to which {fn} converges pointwise. Prove that the convergence is not uniform