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Xs E IQ such that, for each X E [a, b], there is some Xj such that (33) By (32), for each j = 1, ... ,8, the sequence (vn(Xj)) is convergent, and hence it is a Cauchy sequence. Thus, there is a number nO(E) such that for all n,m 2 no(E), j Finally, for each X E = 1, ... ,8. [a, b], it follows from assumption (ii) and (33) that for all n, m 2 nO(E). , (v n ) is a Cauchy subsequence of (un). Since C[a, bJ is a Banach space, (v n ) represents a convergent subsequence of (un) in C[a, bJ. D Proposition 8 (The Weierstrass theorem).
We set Ilull:= lui for all u E C, where lui denotes the absolute value of the complex number u. Then, X becomes a complex normed space. In these two examples, the triangle inequality (iv) from Definition 1 corresponds to the classical triangle inequality for real and complex numbers. The norm generalizes the absolute value of numbers. Further examples will be considered in the next section. Proposition 4 (Generalized triangle inequality). Let X be a normed space. Then, for all u, v EX, Illull - Ilvlll :::; Ilu ± vii:::; Ilull + Ilvll· (5) Proof.
0 iff u = O. (ii) lIull (iii) Ilaull = laillull· (iv) Ilu + vii:::; Ilull + Ilvll (triangle inequality). A normed space over lK = lR or lK =
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