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N ) is a partition of I with between points ξj ∈ [αj−1 , αj ]. 6 in Volume III). 3 The Cauchy–Riemann Integral 23 the Riemann sum. If f is Riemann integrable, then n β f (ξj )(αj − αj−1 ) , f dx = lim Z →0 α j=1 expresses its integral symbolically. Exercises 1 Deﬁne [·] to be the ﬂoor function. 2 and also 1 0 β (iv) sign x dx . 7. 2 Compute 3 Suppose F is a Banach space and A ∈ L(E, F ). Then show for f ∈ S(I, E) that Af := x → A(f (x)) ∈ S(I, F ) and A β α f= β α Af . 4, a sequence (fn ) of jump continuous functions such that n fn ∞ < ∞ and f = n fn .

N ) of I such that Z < δ. We also choose between points ξj ∈ [αj−1 , αj ] for 1 ≤ j ≤ n. For (β0 , . . 1) k=1 (ek − ek )(βk − βk−1 ) , = k=1 and we specify ek and ek as ξ ∈ (βk−1 , βk ) , if [βk−1 , βk ] ⊂ [αj−1 , αj ] . ek := f (ξ) , ek := f (ξj ) , Obviously, ek = ek can only hold on the partition points {α0 , . . , αn }. 1) has at most 2n terms that do not vanish. For each of these, we have |(ek − ek )(βk − βk−1 )| ≤ 2 f ∞ Z < 2 f ∞ δ . 1) and the value of δ, we therefore get β n f− f (ξj )(αj − αj−1 ) < 2n · 2 f α ∞ δ=ε.

N ). Show that S(f, I, Z) − S(f, I, Z ) ≤ 2(m − n) f ∞ ΔZ , S(f, I, Z ) − S(f, I, Z) ≤ 2(m − n) f ∞ ΔZ . Let f ∈ B(I, R). From Exercise 7(ii), we know the following exist in R: 9 − f := inf S(f, I, Z) ; Z is a partition of I I and f := sup S(f, I, Z) ; Z is a partition of I . −I − We call I f the over Riemann(–Darboux) integral of f over I; likewise we call under Riemann integral. Prove that (i) −I f≤ − I −I f the f; (ii) for every ε > 0 there is a δ > 0 such that for every partition Z of I with ΔZ < δ, we have the inequalities − 0 ≤ S(f, I, Z) − f <ε I and 0≤ f − S(f, I, Z) < ε .