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201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 8 Solutions
1. A sequence of bounded linear operators An B (H) on a Hilbert space H is
said to converge to an operator A H: uniformly if An A with respe
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 7 Solutions
1. Let H = L2 (0, 1) with the standard inner product
1
f, g =
f (x)g (x) dx.
0
Dene M : H H by
(M f )(x) = xf (x)
i.e. M is multiplication b
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 9 Solutions
1. If A : H H is a bounded, self-adjoint linear operator, show that
An = A
n
for every n N. (You can use the results proved in class.)
Proof
Midterm: Math 201B
Winter, 2011
1. Say if the following Fourier series represent functions or distributions in
C (T), C (T), L2 (T), or D (T):
f (x)
(1)n inx
e;
1 + n4
n=
g (x)
n=
1
2
ein x ;
1 + n2
Practice Midterm problems: Math 201B
1. What can you say about the dierentiability of the functions with the
following Fourier series:
f (x)
1
einx ;
(1 + n4 )1/7
n=
ne|n| einx ;
g (x)
n=
h(x)
n=1
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 6 Solutions
1. Let X be a (real or complex) linear space and P, Q : X X projections.
(a) Show that I P is the projection onto ker P along ran P .
Proof.
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 5 Solutions
1. Let Td = T T T denote the d-dimensional Torus.
(a) Show that B = ei n x : Zd is an orthogonal set in L2 (Td ) and give an
n
expression
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 1 Solutions
Please note that there are some remarks regarding this homework posted on
Professors Hunter webpage!
1. If 1 p < q < , show that Lp (T) Lq (
Final Solutions: Math 201B
Winter, 2011
1. (a) Show that there is a unique solution G D (T) of the ODE
G + G = ,
where D (T) is the periodic delta-function supported at 0, and compute
the Fourier seri
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 2 Solutions
1. If 1 p < , show the trigonometric polynomials are dense in Lp (T).
Proof. For this problem I am going to give two dierent approches of pr
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 3 Solutions
1. Suppose that
cn is a series of complex numbers with partial sums
n=0
n
sn =
ck .
k=0
The series is Borel summable with Borel sum s if the
201B, Winter 11, Professor John Hunter
Homework 4 Solutions
1. Let D R2 be the unit disc and f C (D) a continuous function dened on
the unit circle D. Suppose that u : D R is a function u C 2 C (D) su
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