By Steven G. Krantz

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We call V afinite subcovering if V has just finitely many elements. 9]. 4 47 Compact Sets is a subcovering. However, the collection e= (4,6), (5,7), (6, 8), (7,9), (8, 10» o is afinite subcovering. 3 Heine-Borel A set S c lR is compact ifand only if every open covering C = (0" )"eA of S has a finite subcovering. 14 If A c B and both sets are nonempty, then A n B = A f= 0. A similar assertion holds when intersecting finitely many nonempty sets AI 2 Az ::> ... 2 Ak; it holds in this ciccumstance that n'=1 Aj = Ak.

J(j + I) . (111 + 1- j) . Chapter 3: Series 38 However. (j + 1)' (m + 1- j) ::: (m + 1) Thus Icml ~ m L (m + 1) = (m + 1)2. 1 = l. +1 We thus see that the terms of the series E:::'=o Cm do not tend to zero. so the '=om J- series cannot converge. 20 The series 00 A= LZj=O j and j=o are both absolutely convergent. We challenge the reader to calculate the Cauchy product and to verify that that product converges to 3. 1 Open Sets An open interval in JR is any set of the form (a, b) = Ix e JR : a

The limit point). 1 Introduction Compact sets are sets (usually infinite) which share many of the most important properties of finite sets. They play an important role in real analysis. 4 A set S C lR is called compact if every sequence in S has a subsequence that converges to an element of s. 6 A set in IR is compact ifand only ifit is closed and bounded. In the theory of topology, a different definition of compactness is used. It is equiv- 46 Chapter 4: The Topology of the Real Line alent to the one just given in the context of the real line or more generally in metric spaces (see Chapter 10).