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F-sigma delta set

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steven2006
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Sep27-06, 03:47 PM
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Let [tex]\{f_n\}[/tex] be a sequence of continuous functions defined on [tex]\mathbb{R}[/tex]. Show that the set of points where this sequence converges is an [tex]\mathcal{F_{\sigma\delta}}[/tex].

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Sep27-06, 03:52 PM
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