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X/ D b0 C b1 x C C bm x m The domain of r is the set of points where the denominator is nonzero. x/ can be made as close to L as we wish by taking x sufficiently close to x0 . This is made precise in the following definition. x/ exists. x/ if jx cx0j D jcjjx x0j: cx0j < x0 j < ı; where ı is any number such that 0 < ı Ä =jcj. x/ so (6) holds for all x. x0 /, or even require that it be defined, since (5) excludes the case where x D x0. x/ D sin ; x ¤ 0; x has no limit as x approaches 0, since it assumes all values between neighborhood of the origin (Exercise 26).
This contradicts the definition of . Now we know that D ˇ, which is in S . Therefore, there is an open set Hˇ in H that contains ˇ and along with ˇ, an interval of the form Œˇ ; ˇ C , for some positive . Since Sˇ is covered by a finite collection of sets fH1 ; : : : ; Hk g, Sˇ is covered by the finite collection fH1 ; : : : ; Hk ; Hˇ g. Since Sˇ D S , we are finished. Henceforth, we will say that a closed and bounded set is compact. The Heine–Borel theorem says that any open covering of a compact set S contains a finite collection that also covers S .
6). The conclusion of the Heine–Borel theorem does not hold for these sets and the open coverings that we have given for them. Each point in S2 is contained in exactly one set from H 2 , so removing even one of these sets leaves a e 3 is any finite collection of sets from H 3 , then point of S2 uncovered. If H ˚ ˇ « 1 e3 62 [ H ˇ H 2 H n for n sufficiently large. 0; ng n /g from H 4 covers only < 1: The Bolzano–Weierstrass Theorem As an application of the Heine–Borel theorem, we prove the following theorem of Bolzano and Weierstrass.
Multivariate analysis and its applications by T. W. Anderson, K. T. Fang, I. Olkin