## Daniel W. Stroock's A Concise Introduction to Analysis PDF

By Daniel W. Stroock

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Nm=1 log m. ) should grow approximately like n log n − n. However, because the first derivative of this f is not approaching a finite constant at ∞, one has to look more closely. 1, f (n + 1) − f (n) = log θn for some θn ∈ [n, n+1]. ) 2 than f (n) itself. 8 Some Properties of Differentiable Functions 31 and (cf. 5)) that the last expression tends to 0 as n → ∞. ) − n + 21 log n + n. Clearly, Δn+1 − Δn equals log(n + 1) − n + 3 2 log(n + 1) + n + 1 2 log n + 1 = 1 − n + 1 2 log 1 + 1 n . By Taylor’s theorem, log 1 + n1 = n1 − 2n1 2 + 3(1+θ1 )3 n 3 for some θn ∈ 0, n1 , and n therefore 2n + 1 1 .

Either F is identically 0, in which case F is also identically 0 and therefore vanishes at every θ ∈ (a, b), or there is a point θ ∈ (a, b) at which F achieves either its maximum or minimum value, in which case F (θ) = 0. Hence, there always exists some θ ∈ (a, b) at which 0 = F (θ) = f (θ) + g (θ) f (b) g (θ) f (a) f (b) − f (a) − = f (θ) − g (θ) , g(b) − g(a) g(b) − g(a) g(b) − g(a) from which the first, and therefore the second, assertion follows. 1) follows from the preceding when one takes g(x) = x.

Equivalently, m the radius of convergence is the supremum of the set of |z| for which ∞ m=0 am z converges. 1 Given a sequence {am : m ≥ 0} ⊆ C, the radius of convergence of 1 ∞ m m m=0 am z is equal to the reciprocal of lim m→∞ |am | , when the reciprocal of 0 is interpreted as ∞ and that of ∞ is interpreted as 0. Furthermore, if R ∈ (0, ∞) is strictly smaller than the radius of convergence, then there exists a C R < ∞ and θ R ∈ (0, 1) such that ∞ |am ||z|m ≤ C R θnR for all n ≥ 0 and |z| ≤ R, m=n and so function.

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