What Are Examples of Specific Sets and Functions in Analysis?

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In summary, the conversation discusses various topics related to analysis sets and functions. The first part poses a question about an open set with no accumulation point, and the answer is determined to be the null set. The remaining parts also ask for specific examples or explanations, but the person seeking help is unsure on how to approach them and requests assistance.
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Homework Statement


For each description below, provide a specific example fitting the description (provide some justification), or else explain why no such example exists.

1)An open set with no accumulation point

2)A subset of [0,\sqrt{2}] of Lebesgue measure 1 which contains no interval

3)A subset of [0,sqrt{2}] of Lebesgue measure 1 with no accumulation point

4)A bounded set with Lebesgue measure infinity

5)An open set with Lebesgue measure 0

6)A function that has all its derivative at p = 3 but is not analytic there

7)A sequence of functions on $R$, all continuous everywhere, all non differentiable at 0, that converge uniformly to a function differentiable everywhere

8)A series of functions which converges to (sin[3x])/x



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The Attempt at a Solution


I know that the answer to the first part is the null set, does anyone think that is wrong? please help me!
 
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dinhism said:

Homework Statement


For each description below, provide a specific example fitting the description (provide some justification), or else explain why no such example exists.

1)An open set with no accumulation point

2)A subset of [0,\sqrt{2}] of Lebesgue measure 1 which contains no interval

3)A subset of [0,sqrt{2}] of Lebesgue measure 1 with no accumulation point

4)A bounded set with Lebesgue measure infinity

5)An open set with Lebesgue measure 0

6)A function that has all its derivative at p = 3 but is not analytic there

7)A sequence of functions on $R$, all continuous everywhere, all non differentiable at 0, that converge uniformly to a function differentiable everywhere

8)A series of functions which converges to (sin[3x])/x



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The Attempt at a Solution


I know that the answer to the first part is the null set, does anyone think that is wrong? please help me!
Yes, the null set is an open set and it has no accumulation points. What more do you want?

If you honestly have no idea how to even begin any of the other problems, and don't even know the definitions of the important words, then you have a worse problem than we can help you with. Go to your teacher immediately!
 

Related to What Are Examples of Specific Sets and Functions in Analysis?

1. What are analysis sets/functions?

Analysis sets/functions are a set of data or mathematical functions that are used to analyze and interpret data in a scientific experiment or study. They help to organize and summarize data, as well as identify patterns and relationships between variables.

2. Why are analysis sets/functions important in scientific research?

Analysis sets/functions are important in scientific research because they allow scientists to make sense of large amounts of data and draw meaningful conclusions. They also help to ensure the accuracy and reliability of research findings.

3. What are some common types of analysis sets/functions?

Some common types of analysis sets/functions include descriptive statistics (such as mean, median, and standard deviation), correlation and regression analysis, and hypothesis testing.

4. How do scientists determine which analysis sets/functions to use?

The choice of analysis sets/functions depends on the type of data being analyzed, the research question being addressed, and the specific goals of the study. Scientists also consider the assumptions and limitations of each analysis technique before selecting the most appropriate one.

5. Can analysis sets/functions be used in all scientific fields?

Yes, analysis sets/functions can be used in all scientific fields that involve collecting and analyzing data. They are particularly important in fields such as biology, psychology, and economics, where experiments and studies often involve complex data that require careful analysis and interpretation.

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