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please help @ timo86m

sorry idk this one :(

sorry i dont know

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k thanx

your job is showing it is "complete" is to show that if \(f_n\to f\) then \(f\in C_b\)

this should work because the metric is the supremum over all \(x\)

do i have to let the sequence to be a cauchy sequence first?

actually what i meant is the uniform limit of a sequence of continuous functions is CONTINUOUS

yes

my problem we are given f and g and they are different how am i going to proof them simultaneously

ok cool

can u fynd me someone who can do it

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Sorry, am not good at this topic.

ok can you search for me where i can find something related to ths?

Yes! I am best at that field :)

lol i will be glad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04pvLCDbq1c
^ a video tutorial

eish they blocked youtube here at school

oh forgot this : http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/~john/analysis/Lectures/L15.html

ok thanx

Have a look at the links and let me know whether they helped or not.

ok i will

@mathslover they are not helping

http://www.wiziq.com/tutorial/88701-Problems-in-Metric-Spaces-1
Check it out

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