If so, note that, , . Let . Then, for some , we know that . But then, .
Then, you need to show that .
Hi,I'm a bit struggling with this question from my Analysis practice.
Can anyone please help me with it?
Here is the question:
Prove the following equality of sets:
(Large Union)for n=0 to infinite = (0,1/(n+1)]=(0,1]
Some people suggested that when try to prove two sets equal to each other, try to prove first one include in the second one,and second one include in the first one.So I tried,and I can prove (0,1/(n+1)] is in (0,1], but I cannot prove the other way around.
Um, sorry, that should actually be n is a natural number including zero, not the positive integers. I'll go through, edit, and fix it. Sorry about the excessive confusion this might have caused. Tonight is just not my night. -_-;
Okay, I think I've fixed most of the typos. Man, I just shouldn't use the quick response button before I have a chance to read what I wrote! Sorry about that. But now I think I've fixed it so it's comprehensible.