By R.B. Burckel

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Then C, being closed in K\{x}, is closed in K, hence compact. Since x rf= C, there is then an r > sufficiently small that D(x, r) n C = 0. Evidently C is then a component of the compact set K\D(x, r). 33 there is a compact set U which is relatively open in K\D(x, r), which contains C and which lies in the open set qD(x, r). Then K\D(x, r)\l1 is relatively closed in K\D(x, r) and so is compact, while ° K\U = [K n jj(x, r)] U [K\D(x, r)\U]. This decomposition shows that K\ U is compact. Therefore U disconnects K.

Hints: oS = S\S c A implies S () (qA) = S () (qA), so that this set is relatively e10pen in qA. It therefore contains every component which it meets. As it is bounded and qA has no bounded components, S () (qA) is empty. 38 Let U be an open subset of IC such that q U has exactly one bounded component C. Then U U C is open and simply-connected. If in addition U is connected, then so is U U C. Proof: The components of q( U U C) are just the unbounded components (if any) of q U. Thus there are no bounded ones, so U U C is simply-connected.

_ O. If a ~ I, then I 5, al'" a < 1, apply this conclusion to Ita. o< 5, nil" for large n, so al'" _ 1. If Remarks: We are, of course, assuming known the theory of rational roots and powers on [0, 00). This is an easy consequence of the completeness of IR. ) Irrational powers on [0,00) can be dealt with at the same level of elementariness but will not be needed. 14. , Zo E C and consider the power series co (1) 2: c,,(z - zo)". ,,=0 Then there exists an R E [0, 00] such that: (i) The series (1) converges absolutely for all uniformly in D(zo, p)for any p < R.

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