# True or False Questions for Real Analysis

• Oct 20th 2008, 09:56 PM
terr13
True or False Questions for Real Analysis
True or False, if false give a counter example.

If S is a set of complex numbers and C is a positive real number such that |s| < C for all s in S then there exists a smallest circle in the complex plane which contains all the elements in S.

Every convergent series in a Metric Space is Cauchy.

Every Cauchy series in a Metric space is convergent.

If a series passes the root test, it converges absolutely

If (a_n) is a sequence of positive reals which tends to 0, then \sum_{0, infinity} ((-1)^n)a_n converges

A subspace of a metric space is compact if it is closed and bounded

Suppose f:X->Y is a continuous map of a metric space, and X is compact. Then if U is a closed subset of X, f(U) is a closed subset of Y.

If f and g are two real valued functions on R and both g and fg are continuous, then f is continuous.

• Oct 21st 2008, 07:47 AM
frankmelody
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Originally Posted by terr13
True or False, if false give a counter example.

If S is a set of complex numbers and C is a positive real number such that |s| < C for all s in S then there exists a smallest circle in the complex plane which contains all the elements in S.

Every convergent series in a Metric Space is Cauchy.

Every Cauchy series in a Metric space is convergent.

If a series passes the root test, it converges absolutely

If (a_n) is a sequence of positive reals which tends to 0, then \sum_{0, infinity} ((-1)^n)a_n converges

A subspace of a metric space is compact if it is closed and bounded

Suppose f:X->Y is a continuous map of a metric space, and X is compact. Then if U is a closed subset of X, f(U) is a closed subset of Y.

If f and g are two real valued functions on R and both g and fg are continuous, then f is continuous.

1.no, the set must be a compact set(bounded and closed), otherwise there is no smallest circle.

2.yes

3.no, the metric space must be complete.

4.yes

5.yes

6.yes

7.yes

8.your statement is not clear, is fg=f(x)g(x), or fg=f(g(x))?