Nikolsky S.M. 's A Course of Mathematical Analysis (Vol. 2) PDF

By Nikolsky S.M.

A textbook for college scholars (physicists and mathematicians) with distinctive supplementary fabric on mathematical physics. in response to the direction learn by means of the writer on the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. quantity 2 comprises a number of integrals, box idea, Fourier sequence and Fourier vital, differential manifolds and differential varieties, and the Lebesgue indispensable.

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By (e) there exists W open with K cz W c V such that H VK cz M w. Thus SC is contained and bounded in M w. Hence there exists Sy c M ff bounded such that SC is contained in the i f ^ -closu re of Sy. Thus is a bounded subset of M and SC is contained in the (jK)-closure of Sy. 34 JORGE MUJICA (b) => (a) Let / e Jf(K). By (b) there exists cr M bounded such that / e J^fiQ-closure of <&. 2 there exists F open with K c: F <= U, such that { / } u <= H VK and / e HvK-closure of 4f. Hence there exists a sequence {fj} <= ^ <= M with f - * f i n HVK, hence in M’(K).

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