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Continuing in this way, we see that after the y/s are suitably renumbered, each set {Xl> X2,"" Xb Yk+l>"" Ym} spans X, k :::; m. In particular, takitlg k = m we have that {Xl> X2, ... , xm} spans X. Since the x/s were assumed linearly independent, we must have n :::; m. Thus n = m. 0 If X has a basis with n elements, n = 0, 1, 2, ... , then any basis has n elements. The number n is called the dimension of n. We write n = dim X. 3 proves somewhat more. 4. Suppose X is a finite-dimensional vector space with dimension n.

But also If(y) I = If(y) - f(x) + f(x) I ~ If(y) - f(x) I + If(x) I < 1 + If(x) I ~ M, so l(fg)(y) - (fg)(x) I < e. Finally, suppose g(x) =F O. Choose r > 0 so that Ig(y) - g(x) I < tlg(x)1 if dey, x) < r. Then if dey, x) < r we have Ig(x) I = Ig(y) ~ Ig(Y)1 + g(x) - g(y)1 + tlg(x)l, so Ig(Y)1 ~ tlg(x)1 > O. Thus l/g is defined on Br(x). Since the product of functions continuous at x is continuous at x, we only need show that l/g is continuous at x. But if y E Br(x), then II/g(y) - l/g(x) I = Ig(y) - g(x)I/lg(y)llg(x)1 ~ Klg(y) - g(x)l, where K = 2/1 g(x)i2.

Let us note two elementary facts valid in every vector space: the element V3 is unique, and for any x E X, Ox = O. First, suppose 0' E X has the property that x + 0' = x for each x E X. Then in particular 0' = 0' + 0 = 0 + 0' = 0 (using V2 and V3). Next, if x E X, then o of assumption Ox = Ox + 0 = Ox + [Ox + (-Ox)] = [Ox + Ox] + (-Ox) = (0 + O)x = Ox + (- Ox) = O. + (-Ox) 29 Vector spaces Note also that the element -x in V4 is unique. In fact if x + Y= 0, then Y = Y + 0 = Y + [x + (-x)] = [y + x] + (-x) = [x + y] + (-x) = 0 + (-x) = (-x) + 0 = -x.