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Math 121 Homework Assignment 4

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Math 121 Homework #4 Spring 2007 Due Monday May 7 Page 82-- # 8, 9, 10 Also: 1. A compact exhaustion of a metric space X is a sequence K1,K2,K3, of <a href="/keyword/compact-subset/" >compact subset</a> s of X such that 1. Kj interior of Kj+1 , all j 2. Kj=X Show that if {fi} is a sequence of functions from X to R such that for each j, the sequence {fi|Kj:i=1,2,3 } is bounded and...

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