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Yi |q i=1 we obtain as in above, |xj yj |p ∞ 1/p |xi |p ∞ i=1 |yi |q ≤ 1/q aj bj + . p q i=1 Summing over both sides for j = 1, 2, . . , ∞ we obtain the H¨older’s inequality for sums. In case p = 2, then q = 2, the above inequality reduces to the CauchyBunyakovsky-Schwartz inequality, namely ∞ 1/p ∞ |xi yi | ≤ i=1 1/q ∞ |xi |p |yi |q i=1 . i=1 The Cauchy-Bunyakovsky-Schwartz has numerous applications in a variety of mathematical investigations and will ﬁnd important applications in some of the later chapters.

Then show that ρ(f, g) = 0 if and only if f = g. 4. Let C([B]) be the space of continuous (real or complex) functions f , deﬁned on a closed bounded domain B on n . Deﬁne ρ(f, g) = ϕ(r) where r = max |f − g|. For ϕ(r) we make the same assumptions as 4 B in example 3. When ϕ (r) < 0, show that the function space is no more metric. 3 Theorem (H¨ older’s inequality) 1 1 If p > 1 and q is deﬁned by + = 1 p q n 1/p n |xi yi | ≤ (H1) i=1 |xi | 1/q n |yi | p q i=1 i=1 for any complex numbers x1 , x2 , x3 , .

For each A ⊂ X, the set A, consisting of all points which are either points of A or its limiting points, is called the closure of A. The closure of a set is a closed set and is the smallest closed set containing A. 2. In what follows we show how diﬀerent metrics yield diﬀerent types of open balls. Let X = 2 be the Euclidean space. 2(a). 2(b). 2(c). 2(d). 2(e). x2 x2 x1 x2 x1 x1 B (0,1)⊂(R 2, ρ) B (0,1)⊂(R 2, ρ∞) B (0,1)⊂(R 2, ρl ) (a) (b) (c) x2 1 x2 ||f −f0||