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    Let f_n : [0,1] -> R be a sequence of continuous functions such that for each n in N (natural numbers), f_n is differentiable on (0,1). Suppose that f_n(0) converges to some number, denoted f(0), and also suppose that the sequence (f'_n) converges uniformly on (0,1) to some function g: (0,1) -> R. Prove that the sequence (f_n) converges uniformly. What is its limit?

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    Let f_n : [0,1] -> R be a sequence of continuous functions such that for each n in N ( natural numbers), f_n is differentiable on (0,1). Suppose that f_n(0) converges to some number, denoted f(0), and also suppose that the sequence (f'_n) converges uniformly on (0,1) to some function g: (0,1) -> R. Prove that the sequence (f_n) converges uniformly. What is its limit? I was ...

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    Uniformly cauchy sequence of continuous functions are investigated and discussed The solution is detailed and well presented.

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