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By Wrede R., Spiegel M.

This version is a entire creation to the elemental rules of contemporary mathematical research. insurance proceeds shape the trouble-free point to complicated and examine degrees. Additions to this variation contain Rademacher's theorem on differentiability of Lipschitz features, deeper formulation on switch of variables in a number of integrals, and contemporary effects at the extension of differentiable capabilities Numbers -- Sequences -- capabilities, limits, and continuity -- Derivatives -- Integrals -- Partial derivatives -- Vectors -- functions of partial derivatives -- a number of integrals -- Line integrals, floor integrals, and crucial theorems -- endless sequence -- fallacious integrals -- Fourier sequence -- Fourier integrals -- Gamma and Beta services -- capabilities of a posh variable

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2 – (n – 1)/10 . . 1, –1, 1, –1, . . ,(–1)n–1, . . 1 1 1 1 , – , , – , . . , (–1)n–1/(n + 1), . . 666, . . , (1 – 1/10n), . . 3 –1, +2, –3, +4, –5, . . , (–1)n n, . . 18. (1−1 / 2n ) n →∞ ⎛ ⎝ 1⎞ n⎠ 2 Yes ( ) 3 No n Prove that the sequence with the nth term un = ⎜ 1 + ⎟ is monotonic, increasing, and bounded, and thus a limit exists. The limit is denoted by the symbol e. 71828 . . was introduced in the eighteenth century by Leonhart n ⎟⎠ Euler as the base for a system of logarithms in order to simplify certain differentiation and integration formulas.

Is a monotonic decreasing sequence whose limit is e. 67. Sequences 41 If an > bn for all n > N and lim an = A, lim bn = B, prove that A > B. 68. n→∞ If ⏐un⏐ < ⏐υn and lim υn = 0, prove that lim un = 0. n→∞ n→∞ 1⎛ 1 1 1⎞ 1 + + + . . + ⎟ = 0. 69. 70. Prove that [an, bn], where an = (1 + 1/n)n and bn = (1 + 1/n)n+1 is a set of nested intervals defining the number e. 71. Prove that every bounded monotonic (increasing or decreasing) sequence has a limit. 72. Let {un} be a sequence such that un+2 = aun+ 1 + bun where a and b are constants.

A) Does S have any limit points? (b) Is S closed? 69. (a) Give an example of a set which has limit points but which is not bounded. (b) Does this contradict the Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem? Explain. Algebraic and transcendental numbers 3− 2 , (b) 2 + 3 + 5 are algebraic numbers. 70. 71. Prove that the set of transcendental numbers in (0, 1) is not countable. 72. Prove that every rational number is algebraic but every irrational number is not necessarily algebraic. 73. Perform each of the indicated operations: (a) 2(5 – 3i) – 3(–2 + i) + 5(i – 3) (b) (3 – 2i)3 (c) 5 10 + 3 − 4i 4 + 3i 10 ⎛1−i ⎞ ⎟ ⎝1+ i ⎠ (d) ⎜ 2 (e) 2 − 4i 5 + 7i (f) (1 + i)(2 + 3i)(4 − 2i) (1 + 2i)2 (1 − i) Ans.

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