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Solutions to Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra
Review Problems
1. (a) Dierentiate both sides with respect to x, we get
4x3 + y 3 + 3xy 2
dy
dx
At (1,1),
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dx
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4x3 y 3
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3
(b) Dierentiate x with respect to y, we
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Math 3033(Real Analysis)
Fall 2014
Homework Set #2
(due Wednesday, October 29, 1:30pm)
Make a copy of your homework before submitting the original! Write down your name as in
your student ID card and your tutorial session number on the homework!
1. Prove
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Math 301 (Real Analysis) Lecture 1
Fall 20052006
Instructor: Dr. Kin Y. Li
Ofce: Room 3471
Ofce Phone: 2358 7420
Ofce Hours: Tu. 3:30pm  4:30pm (or by appointments)
email address: [email protected]
Prerequisite: Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and I
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Tutorial Note 13
Measurable Function and Lebesgue Integral
Part 1: Measurable Function and Lebesgue Integral
Recall in Lebesgue Integration, to integrate , fxdx, we divide a, b into several
disjoint measurable sets E , E
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Tutorial Note 12
Lebesgue Measure of Sets (From intervals to general sets): Part 2
Starting with open intervals, we can measure the length of open sets, closed sets
(bounded and unbounded). Then we measure the length of o
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Tutorial Note 14
MCT and LDCT: Computation in Lebesgue Integration
In previous tutorial, we have briefly discussed some elementary operations of Lebesgue
integral: addition, subtraction, inequalities, interchange with Rie
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Tutorial Note #7
Sequence and Series of function 1:
Pointwise Convergence and Uniform Convergence
Part I: Pointwise Convergence
Definition of pointwise convergence:
A sequence of functions f1 , f2 , , fn , : E (where E is
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Tutorial Note 11
Lebesgue Measure of Sets (From intervals to general sets): Part 1
Recall in last tutorial, we developed a method to measure the length of two different
kinds of sets:
1. Open Sets
(An union of open interv
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Tutorial Note #10
Lebesgue Integration: An introduction
1. From Riemann Integration to Lebesgue Integration
In Riemann Integration, we compute the by dividing the interval , into finite
disjoint intervals , , , , , and es
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Tutorial Note 8
Sequence and Series of function 2:
Application of Uniform Convergence
To check the uniform convergence of complicated sequences or series of functions,
checking by definition can be messy. Here we have 2 b
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Tutorial Note #9
Sequence and Series of Functions 3: Power Series
Finally, we would like to discuss a special type of series power series. A power series is a
series of the form a x c .
Uniform Convergence of Power Series
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Tutorial Note #5
Limit Superior and Limit Inferior
(*Note: In the following, we will consider extended real number system ,
In MATH202, we study the limit of some sequences, we also see some theorems related to
limit. (S
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Tutorial Note #6
Technique in limit superior and limit inferior problems
Recall in the proof of root test, we have used a technique:
For limsup a  1, say limsup a  lim M 1
(where sup a ,
a ,
a , . . )
Pick such
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Tutorial Note #4
Inverse Function Theorem and Implicit Function Theorem
Part I: Inverse Function Theorem
Inverse Function Theorem:
If : is C near and det F 0,
then there is a ball B , such that
1) In , F has a C (hence di
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Tutorial Note #3
More Differentiation in Vectorvalued function:
Last time, we learn how to check the differentiability of a given vectorvalued function.
Recall a function F: is differentiable at a iff there is a linear
transformati
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Tutorial Note 1
Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra Review
In this tutorial, we shall review some basic facts that you have learnt in Year 1. Those
facts are important in studying vectorvalued function (Chap
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Vectorvalued Functions: Limit, Continuity and Differentiability
In onevariable calculus, we know t lim if and only if lim  
0 a function fx is said to be continuous at point x a if lim
and differentia
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Final Review 1
Problem Solving: Measurable Functions
Part I: Proving some functions which are measurable or not measurable
Method 1: Prove by definition directly
Example 1
Let A be a measurable set and B be a nonmeasurab
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Final Review 2
Problem Solving in Lebesgue Integration
Part 1: Simple Computation Problems
To start the discussion, lets compute some simple Lebesgue Integral
Example 1
Compute the integral
,
, \
where is Cantor Set
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Definition and Theorem in Lebesgue Integration
Definition:
(Lebesgue Integral on unbounded functions)
Let : , 0, ( 0),
lim
,
sup
,
,
(Lebesgue integral on unbounded intervals)
Let : 0, ( 0)
lim
sup
,
(Lebesgue integral on general set)
Let :
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Definition and Theorems of measurable functions
Definition: (Measurable Functions)
Let A be a measurable set, we say a function f: A is measurable
f a, b is measurable (Original Definition)
f a, b is measurable
f a, b is measurable
f a, b is measurabl
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