10-3-02 2.6 rules mulpication Indetey prop for multlycation A*1=a Mult pro of 0 A*0=0 Mult pro of -1 (-1)a=-a prop of oppisists in products (-a)b=a(-b)=-ab (-a)(-b)=ab tules 4 multiplying p*p=p n*n=p
9-30-02 2.1 Basic Assumptions, 2.2/2.3 addtion of real numbers 2.1 Basic Assumptions 1. closuer property a. a+b is a unique real # b. ab is a unique real # c. -> only 1 possiable answer 2. commutative
More than a millennium after the Old English epic poem Beowulf was written John Gardner wrote Grendel. Set in the same world as Beowulf it focuses on one of the antagonists in Beowulf, a monster named
1.4 translating words into symboyls + Add Sum Increase d by More than Plus Toatal Put together (and) Minus Subtract Difference Takes away Less than How much more Left decrease d x Times Product Multip
1.4 translating words into symboyls + Add Sum Increase d by More than Plus Toatal Put together (and) Minus Subtract Difference Takes away Less than How much more Left decrease d x Times Product Multip
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Problem Set 3 Solutions
1. A function f : [a, b] R is continuous if for any two points x1 , x2 [a, b] such that x1 < x2 and for any real number c lying between f (x1 ) and f (x2 ), t