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By Steven G. Krantz

ISBN-10: 376434329X

ISBN-13: 9783764343293

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4 Let C be the Cantor set and define 5 = (x + Y:x E C, Y E Cl· Then 5 = [0, 2). Idea of the Calculation: We sketch the argument. Since C c [0, 1), it is clear that 5 c [0,2). For the reverse inclusion, fix an element 1 E [0, 2). Our job is to find two element c and d in C such that c + d = 1. First observe that (x + Y : x E 51, Y E 51) = [0,2). Therefore there exist XI E 51 and YI E 51 such that XI + YI = 1. Similarly, (x + Y : x E 52, Y E Sz) = [0,2). Therefore there exist X2 E 52 and Y2 E 52 such thatx2 + Y2 = 1.

Again add on enough negative terms so that the partial sum falls below 5. Now continue in this fashion. Because the series of positive terms diverges. Steps I and 3 (and subsequent odd-numbered) steps are possible. Because the series of negative terms diverges, Steps 2 and 4 (and subsequent even-numbered steps) are possible. Because the series converges conditionally, the terms of the series tend to zero. So the partial sums we are constructing are gelling ever closer together. In sum, the construction yields a rearrangement that converges to 5.

Then the sequence diverges. 0 = For a > O. we define amln = (am)l/n • where n is a positive integer and m E Z. 12. Thus we may talk about rational powers of a positive number. Next, if P E JR, then we may define a P = sup(a q : q E Q1. q < PI. Thus we can define any real power of a positive real number. 1 If Ol > 1 is a real number and f3 > O. then 0lf3 > 1. 15 Fix a real number Ol and consider the sequence (j"). If Ol > O. then it is easy to see that j" ~ +00; to verify this assertion. fix M > 0 and lake the number N to be the first integer after Mil".

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