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    Geometric and Power Series

    By manipulating the geometric series for the sum of n=0 to infinity for x^n=1/(1-x) for |x| < 1 determine the power series (about 0) for x/(2+3x).

    Two sided limit

    Find the two-sided limit lim f(x) x -> 2 See the attached file.

    Limit theorems

    (See attached file for full problem description) Find the limit using the limit theorems - ___ lim &#8730;4x x&#61614;16

    Series Convergence and Integral Test

    1.) Use integral test p>1 for series sum of n/((1+n^2)^p) to show that it converges using substitution 2.) a.) Explain why sum from n=0 to infinity of (-1)^n (n^2/(1+n^3)) converges b.) How many terms of that series should you sum to have an error no more than (1/100).

    Evaluating Limits Explained

    (See attached file for full problem description) Evaluate the following limits (explain how you solved the limits)

    Maclaurin series and Taylor

    1.) find maclaurin series for f(x) do not show rn(x)->0 also find radius convergence of f(x)= ln(1+x) 2.) find the taylor series for f(x) centered at the given value of a .. assume a power series expansion, do not show rn(x)-> 0 of f(x)=sin x , a=pie/2 3.) find the sum of the series sum from n=0 to infinity of (3^n

    Real analysis: Lebesgue Integral

    Prove theorem 7.3 in notes attached. Section 7: The Lebesgue Integral Definition 7.1 Let L be the set of real-valued functions f such that for some g and h in f=g-h almost everywhere. The set L is called the set of Lebesgue integrable function on and the Lebesgue integral of f is defined as follows: . Theorem 7

    Power Series : Radius and Interval of Convergence

    Find the radius of convergence and interval of convergence of the series of the following two problem 1.) sum n=1 to infinity of (n^2*x^n)/(2.4.6.......(2n)) 2.) sum n=1 to infinity of ((2.4.6........(2n))/(1.3.5......(2n-1)))x^n keywords: radii, intervals

    Real Analysis Proof of a Function

    If f is a function from R to R, and there exists a real number aE(0,1) such that |f'(x)|&#8804;a for all xER , show that the equation x = f(x) has a solution.

    Real Analysis: Show an Integral Equation Has a Unique Solution

    Assume that g(t) is continuous on [a,b], K(t,s) is continuous on the rectangle a≤t, s≤b and there exists a constant M such that (a≤s≤b). Then the integral equation has a unique solution when . Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.

    Real Analysis: Compact Space and Infimum

    Assume that f is a continuous real valued function on the compact space X, then show there exists a point x-bar E X such that f(x-bar)=inf{f(x): x E X). See the attached file.

    Testing Series for Convergence

    Test for convergence or divergence 1.) sum from n=1 to infinity of (e^1/n)/(n^2) 2.) sum from j=1 to infinity of (-1)^j * ((sqrt j)/(j+5)) 3.) sum from n=2 to infinity of (1/((1+n)^(ln n)) keywords: tests

    Show function defines a metric space and the space is complete

    Let X be the set of all continuous functions from I_1=[t_0-a_1, t_0+a_1] into the closed ball B[g(t_0);b] is a subset of R_n. Show that for each a>0 the rule d(x,y)=max(|x(t)-y(t)|e^(-a|t-t_0|)) defines a metric on X and that the metric space (X,d) is complete.

    Real Analysis - Banach Fixed Point Theorem

    Prove the following generalization of the Banach Fixed Point Theorem: If T is a transformation of a complete metric space X into itself such that the nth iterate, T^n, is a contraction for some positive integer n, then T has a unique fixed-point.

    Real Analysis - Newton's Method and showing convergence.

    Newton's Method: Consider the equation f(x)=0 where f is a real-valued function of a real variable. Let x_0 be any initial approximation of the solution and let x_(n+1)=x_n - (f(x_n)/f'(x_n)). Show that if there is a positive number "a" such that for all x in [x_0-a, x_0+a] |(f(x)f''(x))/((f'(x))^2)|<=lambda<1 and |(f(x

    Real Analysis - Show E is Equicontinuous

    Let E be a set of differentiable functions in C[a,b] with uniformly bounded derivatives; i.e., there exists a number M, independent of f in E, such that |f'(x)|<=M for all x in [a,b] and all f in E. Show that E is equicontinuous.

    Continuous function on compact space

    Show that if f is a continuous real-valued function on the compact space X, then there exist points x_1, x_2 in X such that f(x_1)=inf{f(x):x in X} and f(x_2)=sup{f(x):x in X}.

    Real Analysis : Bounded Open Balls

    Show that a set E in the metric space X is bounded if and only if, for some "a" in X, there exists an open ball B(a;r) such that E is a subset of B(a;r).