I am reading Andrew Browder's book: "Mathematical Analysis: An Introduction" ... ...
I am currently reading Chapter 3: Continuous
Yes, this is correct. Nicely done.
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Jameson Yesterday, 09:29Suppose, a rectangle circumscribes a quadrilateral having length of diagonals p and q, and area A.
What is the maximum area of rectangle
Re: Continuity of f^+ ... Browder Corollary 3.13
To prove $ \displaystyle f^+$ is continuous at $ \displaystyle x_0$ consider 3 cases:
HallsofIvy Today, 08:211) $ \displaystyle f(x_0)> 0$.
2) $ \displaystyle f(x_0)= 0$.
3) $ \displaystyle f(x_0)< 0$.
Since f is continuous,