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We want to define a metric on the interval [0,1).
We want the metric to be similar to the Euclidean metric.
Is it possible to define such a metric so that [0,1) is a
complete metric space?
d(x,y)=|x/(1-x) - y/(1-y)|
f:[0,1)->[0,oo), f(x)=x/(1-x), f is a continuous bijection
X set; F:P(X)->[0,oo]; F(O)=0; E,FcX; (G'=X\G)
(a) /\AcX F(A) = F(A n E) + F(A n E')
(b) /\AcX F(A) = F(A n F) + F(A n F')
Prove something interesting for the set E u F.
/\AcX F(A) = F( A n (EuF) ) + F( A n (EuF)' )
page 39 in 2nd measure
Let f[n], g[n] be sequences of functions X->|C. Let f,g : X->|C.
Suppose that f[n] and g[n] converge uniformly to f and g
Can we conclude that f[n]*g[n] converges uniformly to f*g?
Let X be |R. Let f[n](x) = 1/n. Let f(x)=0. Let g[n](x) = g(x)
Let (X,d) be a metric space. Let A c X.
Consider the set Fr(A) = Clo(A) \ Int(A) = Clo(A) n Clo(X\A).
Is it possible that Fr(A) contains a ball?
It can even be an open set.
It can even be the whole space.
Consider |Q as a subset of |R with the Euclidean metric.
Then Fr(|Q) = |R.