By Georgi E. Shilov

ISBN-10: 0486689220

ISBN-13: 9780486689227

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76). One way of introducing multiplication in R2goes as follows. Let Then every vector z E R, can be written in the form 2 Sets where x a n d y are the components of z with respect to the basis e l , e2. T Obe more explicit, i f w = ue, + ve,, then + zte, = (xe, +yez) (ue, ve,) = xue: + xue,e2 +yue2e, +yue: = ( x u -yu)e, + (xu +yu)e2. Thus the definition of multiplication in R2 is just zw = (x,y ) (u,u) = ( X U -yu,xu +yu). ), then ( z w )y = (xua -yva - xvlJ - uyp, xup -yup = ( X (UX -yu) -9(UCI + xua +yua) + u p ) , x (va + U P )+ y ( ~ a up)) = - (wy) ; ( c ) R, contains an element e = (1,0), called the unit element, such that (1,O) ( z i , ~= ) (u,u) for every (u,v) E R,; (d) For every (x,y)# (0,O)in R, there exists a n element (u,v)E R2, called the reciprocal of x, such that (x,y)(u,v) = 1 , namely the element since clearly (e) The formula holds for every z = ( x ,y ) , w = ( u , ~ )y, = (a,P) in R2, since Y(Z+W) =( ~ , ~ ) ( x + u , Y + v ) -P(Y + u ) , B ( x + ~+U(Y + u ) ) = ( ( ~ X - D Y ) + ( a u - B u ) , ( P x + ~ Y )+ (Pu+au>> =(a(x+u) -( + cxy) + (au - pv, pu + au) ~( x Y9y )+ ( a $ ) (u,v) = yz + yw.

66. Given a fixed basis f l , . +gn h=Pl fi+--+Pn f,. Then, by Sec. -+ca,f, for every c E R, + . a + that addition of vectors and multiplication of a vector by a number c leads (in any basis) to addition of the corresponding components and multi~Iicationof these components by c. ,f,, is a n automorphism (Sec. 52) of the n-dimensional space R,. 1 More generally, let A be any automorphism of the n-dimensional Space R,. Suppose A carries the element x E R, into the element x' R,, a fact indicated by writing A : x u x ' or x' = A ( x ).

Whose elements cannot be put into a one-to-one correspondence with the positive integers, is said to be uncountabk. A typical uncountable set is the continuum, namely the set of all points in a closed interval. 41. THEOREM. T h e set gfallpoints in thc unit interval [0,I ] is uncountable. 2 Sets Proof. Suppose to the contrary that the set ofall points in the interval [O, 11 is countable, so that these points can be arranged in a sequence Starting from ( I ) , we construct a sequence of nested closed intervaIs as follows.

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