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Let A,B,C,D,E,F be non-empty sets.
Suppose that (AxC) u (BxD) = ExF.
Suppose that A n B = O.
What can we conclude?
C = D
Take any d:-D. Choose some b:-B. Now (b,d):-BxD. Hence (b,d):- ExF.
Choose some (a,c):-AxC. Now (a,c):-ExF. We conclude that (a,d):- ExF.
Hence (a,d):-AxC or (a,d):-BxD. But a:-A and AnB=O, h
Let A,B,C,D be non-empty sets.
Prove that if A=B or C=D, then
(A x C) u (B x D) = (A u B) x (C u D).
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Let J1 be a semi-ring in X, and J2 a semi-ring in Y.
Let u : J1 -> [0,oo] and y : J2 -> [0,oo] be additive.
Let J = { E x F : E:-J1 and F:-J2 }.
Let q : J -> |R*, q(E x F) = u(E) * y(F).
What can we conclude about q?
q is additive
page 89 in 1st measure
Let W be a ring of sets.
Let y : W -> |R* be additive.
Prove that for every A,B :- W
y(A u B) + y(A n B) = ???
y(A u B) + y(A n B) = y(A) + y(B)
1) A u B = A u (B\A) disjointly
2) y(A u B) = y(A) + y(B\A)
3) y(A u B) + y(A n B) = y(A) + y(B\A) + y(B n A)
4) y(A u B) + y(A n B) = y(A) + y(B)
Let W be a ring of sets.
Let y : W -> |R* be additive.
Prove that for every A,B :- W
y(A) + y(B) = ???
y(A) + y(B) = y(A u B) + y(A n B)
PROOF:
0) A u B = A u (B\A) disjointly
1) y(A u B) + y(A n B) = y(A) + y(B\A) + y(B n A)
2) y(A u B) + y(A n B) = y(A) + y(B)
Let (T,>) be a directed set and let p:-T.
Let P = { t:-T : t > p }.
What can we say about (P,>) ?
(P,>) is also a directed set
Let W c P(X). Let A,B c X, x :- X.
Suppose that x is W-adherent to A u B.
What can we conclude?
x is W-adherent to A or x is W-adherent to B
page 53 in gen top
Let W c P(X), A,B c X.
Suppose that A,B are W-closed.
What can we conclude?
1) A u B is W-closed
2) A n B is W-closed
page 54 in gen top
Let W c P(X), A,B c X.
Suppose that A,B are W-open.
What can we conclude?
A n B is W-open, page 55 in gen top
A u B is W-open, page 56 in gen top
Let W c P(X). Let M c P(X) be a collection of W-closed sets.
What can we conclude?
//\\M is W-closed
page 55 in gen top