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Unformatted text preview: MATH 425b ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTIONS SPRING 2008 Prof. Alexander Chapter 7 (1) Suppose f n → f uniformly. Let > 0. There exists an N such that  f N f  ∞ < . Since f N is bounded, there exists an M N such that  f N ( x )  ≤ M N for all x . Then for all x ,  f ( x )  ≤  f N ( x )  +  f N ( x ) f ( x )  < M N + , so f is uniformly bounded. (2) Suppose f n → f and g n → g , both uniformly. Let > 0. There exist N 1 , N 2 such that n ≥ N 1 = ⇒  f n ( x ) f ( x )  < 2 for all x, n ≥ N 2 = ⇒  g n ( x ) g ( x )  < 2 for all x. Then for n ≥ max( N 1 , N 2 ), ( f n ( x ) + g n ( x )) ( f ( x ) + g ( x )) ≤ f n ( x ) f ( x ) + g n ( x ) g ( x ) < 2 + 2 = , for all x . Thus f n + g n → f + g uniformly. Now suppose also that each f n and g n is bounded. By Problem 1, { f n } and { g n } are uniformly bounded, that is, there exists M such that  f n ( x )  ≤ M and  g n ( x )  ≤ M for all x . Let > 0. There exist N 3 , N 4 such that n ≥ N 3 = ⇒ ...
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