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SETS AND FUNCTIONS 27 Finally, in Chap. 8 we will meet functions whose domain itself is a set of functions. You have already met such functions, for differentiation itself is an example; d/dx is a function that can be applied to functions such as x 3 - 3x 2 , giving for the value another function 3x 2 - 6x. There is one special class of functions that is so important that it deserves separate mention. In your earlier work with mathematics, you have already met the term "infinite sequence" and the notation {aJ By this, one is to understand that to each positive integer n has been assigned a specific number an in some determinable manner.

This is the interior of an ordinary sphere: in the plane. it is a round disc without the edge: in I-space. B(xo . \:o - r < x < X o + r. Let us show that the ball 8(0. r) is convex. Suppose that I' and lJ lie in B. so that Ipl < rand Iql < r. Choose any i.. 0 < i. )lJ lies in B. We calculate its distance from O. Using the triangle inequalily. )r=r SETS AND FUNCTIONS 19 EXERCISES I For n = 1,2, and 3 in turn, plot the set of points P in R· where (a) Ipl < I (b) Ipl ~ I (c) Ipl = I. 2 Let A = (4, 2).

Vi) The interior of a set S is the largest open set that is contained in S. (vii) The closure ofa set S is the smallest closed set that contains S. (viii) The boundary of a set S is always a closed set and is the intersection of the closure of S and the closure of the complement of S. (ix) A set S is closed if and only if every cluster point for S belongs to S. (x) The interior of a set S is obtained by deleting every point in S that is on the boundary of S. Each of these can be verified by a proof based on the definitions given above.