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Solutions for Introduction to Real Analysis | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780471321484 | Authors: Robert G. Bartle, Donald R. Sherbert 9780471321484

Solution for problem 2 Chapter 5.4

Show that the function l(x) := 1/x2 is uniformly continuous on A := [1, oo), but that it

Introduction to Real Analysis | 3rd Edition


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Show that the function l(x) := 1/x2 is uniformly continuous on A := [1, oo), but that it is not uniformly continuous on B := (0, oo).

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Show that the function l(x) := 1/x2 is uniformly continuous on A := [1, oo), but that it