By Errett Bishop, Michael Beeson
This ebook, Foundations of confident research, based the sector of confident research since it proved many of the vital theorems in genuine research through confident tools. the writer, Errett Albert Bishop, born July 10, 1928, was once an American mathematician identified for his paintings on research. within the later a part of his lifestyles Bishop was once visible because the top mathematician within the quarter of positive arithmetic. From 1965 till his demise, he used to be professor on the collage of California at San Diego.
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B maps A onto B if to each element b of B there corresponds an element a of A with f(a) = b. In other words, f maps A onto B if there is an operation g from B into A such that f(g(b)) = b for each b in B. A set A is countable if there exists a mapping of lL+ onto A, intuitively, this means that the elements of A can be arranged in a sequence with possible duplications. The elements of the cartesian product lL x lL of the set lL of integers with itself can be arranged in a sequence as follows. We order the elements (m, n) of lL x lL, first according to the value of Iml + Inl, then according to the value of m, and finally according to the value of 1 Sets and Functions 17 n.
19) Theorem. Let (an) be a sequence of real numbers, and let Xo and Yo be real numbers with Xo < Yo Then there exists a real number x such that xo~x~Yo and X =1= an for all n in 7l+. Proof: We construct by induction sequences (xn) and (Yn) of rational numbers such that (i) xO~xn~xm 20 Chapter 2 Calculus and the Real Numbers Proof (a) Write zn == x2n + Y2n Then x + Y == (zJ For all positive tegers m and n, In- IZm - znl:;:; IX 2m - xlnl + IYlm - Y2nl :;:; (2n)- 1+ (2m)- 1+ (2n)- 1+ (2m)- 1= n- 1+ m-I. Thus x + Y is a real number. (b) Write zn==xlknYZkn' Then xy==(zJ For all positive integers m and n, IZm - znl = IX lkm (Y2km - YZkn) + Y2kn(x lkm - X2kn )1 :;:; klYZkm - YZknl + klx 2km - X2kn l :;:; k«2km)- I + (2kn)-1 + (2km)- I + (2kn)- 1)= n- 1+ m- 1. Thus x Y is a real number.
20 Chapter 2 Calculus and the Real Numbers Proof (a) Write zn == x2n + Y2n Then x + Y == (zJ For all positive tegers m and n, In- IZm - znl:;:; IX 2m - xlnl + IYlm - Y2nl :;:; (2n)- 1+ (2m)- 1+ (2n)- 1+ (2m)- 1= n- 1+ m-I. Thus x + Y is a real number. (b) Write zn==xlknYZkn' Then xy==(zJ For all positive integers m and n, IZm - znl = IX lkm (Y2km - YZkn) + Y2kn(x lkm - X2kn )1 :;:; klYZkm - YZknl + klx 2km - X2kn l :;:; k«2km)- I + (2kn)-1 + (2km)- I + (2kn)- 1)= n- 1+ m- 1. Thus x Y is a real number.