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## Princ of Analysis

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# Princ of Analysis MATH 351

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Date Created: 10/29/15
LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS De nition 1 Let S be a subset of R A limit point of S is a real number p such that there is a sequence 3 in S with 3 a p and 3 7 p for all n E N Note that p does not have to be an element of S The set 1n n E N has just one limit point7 namely 0 The set of limit points of the interval 071 is the closed interval 11 The set of limit points of Q is R This follows from the denseness of Q De nition 2 Let f D a R where D Q R and let p be a limit point of D Then we write 13 We q if for all sequences 3 in S with 3 a p and 3 7 p for all n E N we have nlggo 1 q The requirement in De nition 2 that p is a limit point guarantees that there is a sequence 3 in S with 3 a p and 3 7 p for all n E N Hence7 if we would have limmap x q and limmap x q then lim sn q and lim sn q 7 so by the uniqueness of limits of sequences we have q q This means that limits of functions are unique However7 if we would drop the condition that p is a limit point from De nition 2 then we would have limmap x q for all q E R ifp is not a limit point of D Lemma 1 Let f D gt R where D Q R letp be a limit point of D and letq ER De ne f DUp HR by f 90 239f 90 P 30 I 75 q 2f x p Then limmap x q if and only if f is continuous at p Proof a Suppose that limmap x q and that 3 a p7 3n 6 domf If 3 7 p for all n E N then by de nition of limmap x q we have hm sh lim Sn p and if 33 p for some p we also have lim since q Hence 1 is continuous at p s If f is continuous at p then clearly hm Hm hm sh p q for all sequences 3 in S with 3 a p and 3 7 p for all n E N Thus limmap x q 2 LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS Corollary 1 Let f D a R and letp E D be a limit point of D Then 1 is continuous atp if and only if limmap x Proof Follows immediately from Lemma 1 D Note that ifp E domf is not a limit point of domf7 then f is con tinuous at p but limmnp x does not exist The e76 condition in the next theorem is often taken as the de nition of the limit of a function Theorem 1 Let p be a limit point of domf Then limmnp x q if and only if for each 6 gt 0 there exists a 6 gt 0 such that x6domf and0lt lxipl lt6 gt lt6 Proof Let fbe as in Lemma 1 By Lemma 1 and the 77alternative de nition of continuity 7 Theorem 1727 we have that limmap x q if and only if for each 6 gt 0 there exists a 6 gt 0 such that x domf and lxipl lt 6 gt iql lt e This is clearly equivalent to the condition in the statement of the theorem De nition 3 Let D be a subset of R A right limit point of D is a real number p such that there exists a sequence 3 in S with 3 a p and p lt 3 for all n A left limit point of D is a real number p such that there exists a sequence 3 in S with 3 a p and 3 lt p for all n De nition 4 Let f D a R where D Q R and let p be a right limit point of D Then we write 1 313 1 q if for all sequences 3 in S with SW A p and p lt SW for all n E N we have nlggo flt5n q We de ne limmnpi x q analogously Theorem 2 Letp be a right limit point ofdomf Then limmeJr x q if and only if for each 6 gt 0 there exists a 6 gt 0 such that x6domf andpltxltp6 gt lf qllt5 Proof Let g be the function with domain domg x E domf x gt p and gx x for all x E domg Then limmeJr x q if and only if limmhpgx q Hence7 by Theorem 1 we have that limmnzgr x q if and only if for each 6 gt 0 there exists a 6 gt 0 such that x6domg and0lt lxipl lt6 gt lgx7ql lt e which is equivalent to the condition in the statement of the theorem D An analogous theorem of course holds for left limits

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