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6 SEQUENCES Before introducing additional terms that are descriptive of the properties of certain types of sets of points, we show that those properties already stated are useful in discussing some standard parts of analysis. We take up the topic of sequences and convergence. Recall that a sequence {Pn} of points in any space is a special type of function! } whose value at n is! (n) = Pn' The trace of a sequence {Pn} in a space is the set A of all 38 ADVANCED CALCULUS Figure 1-26 P. = (( - 1)".

T . along the radius of the ball, producing a polygon path from q! to Po. Since this is impossible, no point q in . I' lies in A, and. I' must be a subset of B. Thus, Po is interior to B, and B too is open. We thus have (! = A u B where A and B are disjoint and both open. This contradicts the hypothesis that (! is connected, unless one of the sets A or B is empty. , as well as other points near ql> B is empty. Thus, there is no point in (! that cannot be reached from q! , and (! is polygon connected.

For (a. b) = (x. :. b). The graph off is then the SCI in 4-space consisting of all points (x. y. :. b) with b = f(x_ y. :) and (x. y. z) E D. More generally. if F is a function on Rn to R"'. its graph will be a subset of R" x R"'. which is essentially the same as Rn ""'. Thus. the graph ofa mapping of the plane into the pl