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11) is a

Cauchy sequence in X/3> define a subsequence for which \xk— xk+1-\-Q\ < 2~*>

k = 1, 2, . . ., and show that a Cauchy sequence in 3c can be chosen which ...

11) is a

**B**-**space**(or an /-'-space) with the metric |.i'+3l = inf \x+z\. "8 (Hint: Given aCauchy sequence in X/3> define a subsequence for which \xk— xk+1-\-Q\ < 2~*>

k = 1, 2, . . ., and show that a Cauchy sequence in 3c can be chosen which ...

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It will be fundamental in the discussion of B-algebras. Completian of spaces. In

the definitions of F- and

metric topology. Occasionally it is necessary to consider metric linear spaces ...

It will be fundamental in the discussion of B-algebras. Completian of spaces. In

the definitions of F- and

**B**-**spaces**, we required the spaces to be complete in theirmetric topology. Occasionally it is necessary to consider metric linear spaces ...

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Let S be a Stone space and 3c = C(S) the real continuous functions.

Grothendieck [4; p. 168] showed that every 3E-convergent sequence in S* is

actually 3£**-convergent, and that if ?) is a separable

in B(£, 'J)) is ...

Let S be a Stone space and 3c = C(S) the real continuous functions.

Grothendieck [4; p. 168] showed that every 3E-convergent sequence in S* is

actually 3£**-convergent, and that if ?) is a separable

**B**-**space**, then any operatorin B(£, 'J)) is ...

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