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1. (10 points) We have seen in class that every Cauchy sequence of real

numbers is convergent. In this problem we are going to prove this result

in a difffferent way from the way it was done in class. Let {xn}n∈N be a

Cauchy sequence of real numbers:

(a) (5 points) Assume that there exists a convergent subsequence

{xnk }k∈N. Prove that the sequence {xn}n∈N converges.

(b) (5 points) Prove that if {xn} is a Cauchy sequence, there exists

a convergent subsequence. Conclude that every Cauchy sequence

converges.

2. (20 points) The following problems deal with continuous functions:

(a) (5 points) Suppose that f : R → R is continuous and

f(r) = r2

for each rational number r. Determine f(

√ 2) and justify your

conclusion.

(b) (5 points) Let g : [a, b] → [a, b] be a continuous function. Prove

that there exists at least one point c ∈ [a, b] such that g(c) = c.

(c) (5 points) Use the -δ defifinition to show that f(x) = 2x2 + x

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is continuous at any point in R.

(d) (5 points) Let f : R → R be continuous and let

x

0

∈ R. Assume

that f(x0) > 0. Prove that ∃

δ > 0 such that f

(x

) >

0 for x ∈

(x0

δ, x0 + δ).

3. (20 points) Let {xn}n∈N, {yn}n∈N ⊂ R be bounded sequences.

(a) (5 points) Is it true in general that

lim inf (xn · yn) = (lim inf xn) · (lim inf yn)?

Prove or give a counterexample.

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(b) (10 points) Assume that {xn}n∈N is convergent and lim xn = L >

0. Prove that

lim inf(xn · yn) ≥ L(lim inf yn).

(c) (5 points) Show that if L ≤ 0, the previous result is not necessarily

true