By Stefan Rolewicz (auth.)

ISBN-10: 9048184231

ISBN-13: 9789048184231

ISBN-10: 9401577587

ISBN-13: 9789401577588

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Of elements of X which is dense in X. ) < B. 1. A subspace of a separable space is separable. Proof. Let (X, e) be a separable space and let Y be a subspace of X. ,m) < 1/m if such a point exists. ,m}. ,m need not exist for each pair{n,m). ,m} forms a sequence which is dense in Y. Let e be an arbitrary positive number. Take m such that 1. Metric spaces 46 2/m < s. ) < 1/m. o, m) < 2/m < which completes the proof. 2. Let (X, e) be a metric space. If X is a separable space, then the completion X of the space X is also separable.

1. Metric spaces 20 Without loss of generality we may assume 1/2111• < e/3. By the definition of there is an integer M such that e, e(x::' x;:"•) < e/3 1, for n > M. (X::'•, X~lm 2 )) < ef3+el3+e/3 = e. ~~tm 1 )o Therefore e. we have lim m-+oo {x~} 1 is a Cauchy sequence and, by the definition of e(xm, x<') = lim lim m-+oo n-+eo e(x::', ~(II)>• The definition of N(n) entails e(x;;"' xRr(n)) < 1/2" for n > m. Therefore e(xm, X 0 ) < 1/211 and m-+oo e) Hence, (X, is complete. To finish the proof we should show that the set X' of all equivalence classes of the form [x], x e X, is dense in X.

2. Consider a set Q with a measure ,u defined on it. Assume that the measure of the whole Q is finite. Let {x,(t)} be a uniformly convergent sequence of integrable functions. Then the limit of this sequence, x(t), is an integrable function. 9. xN(t)-x,(t)l ~ 1 for all t. x,(t)i ~ ixN(t)i + 1. Since the measure of the whole Q is finite, the function lxN(t)i + 1 is integrable. 1, the function x(t) is integrable. J, £, p) (f2(Q, £, p)) we denote the set of all modulus integrable (square integrable) functions.

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