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A sequence said to be Cauchy iff (fJ in y~ is that is, iff for each G > 0 there is an no such that Il/n - 1m I < G whenever m, n > no' It is an obvious consequence of the inequality Il/n- Imll = Illn- I + I - I; I ~ Il/n- III + 111m- III, that if (fJ is convergent it is Cauchy. Now it is well known from elementary analysis that in lR (and as an easy consequence in lR n and en) Cauchy sequen- 18 1 BANACH SPACES ces are indeed convergent. This prompts us to enquire first whether the relative tractability of analysis in finite dimensions may be connected with the equivalence of Cauchy and convergent sequences, and secondly whether this equivalence carries over to infinite dimensions.
F'(x) I· Ix I, but is not convergent in 11'11", ,. 17 For j; q, Ii elements of a pre-Hilbert space and ex, f3 E C prove: (i) (f, o:g) = ii(f, g); (ii) (ex! 11 2 + 211yl12 = II! - yl12 + II! + yl12 (the parallelogram law); (iv) 4(1; g) = II! + gil" -II! - yl12 + ill! + igl1 2 - ill! - ig11 2. '. II for all ! er". Thus the parallelogram law characterizes the norm in pre-Hilbert space. Check that t cc» cannot be made into a pre-Hilbert space. 19 Let S be a subset of the Hilbert space ;It. Show that Sl- is a closed subspace oLJf, and prove that SJ = [S] l-.
Prove also that 1'" itself (and consequently the empty set 0) is both open and closed. 6 In a normed vector space show that the union of any class of open sets is open, and the intersection of a finite number of open sets is open. Show by constructing a counterexample in IR that the intersection of an infinite number of open sets need not be open. Prove also that the intersection of any class of closed sets is closed, and the union of a finite number of closed sets is closed. 7 A subset of a normed vector space is open if and only if it is the union of open spheres.