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A path in research dealing basically with features of a true variable, this article for upper-level undergraduate scholars introduces the elemental techniques of their least difficult environment and proceeds with a number of examples, theorems acknowledged in a pragmatic demeanour, and coherently expressed proofs. 1955 edition.

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1 we find that 1 Jamk f (x) = (x − a)mk . 1) as mk → m, which can be shown with a lengthy but simple estimation. 10 below) and only note that we have convergence in the Chebyshev norm in this case. • If m = 0 then the sequence (mk ) must be decreasing. e. we do not even have pointwise convergence, let alone convergence in the Chebyshev norm (uniform convergence). A complete description of the situation looks as follows. 10. Let f ∈ C[a, b] and m ≥ 0. Moreover assume that (mk ) is a sequence of positive numbers such that limk→∞ mk = m.

The analyticity of Jan f follows immediately from the second statement. The statements of these last two results allow us to look at another instructive example. 2. Let f (x) = exp(λ x) with some λ > 0. Compute J0n f (x) for n > 0. In the case n ∈ N we obviously have J0n f (x) = λ −n exp(λ x). However, this result does not generalize in a straightforward way to the case n ∈ / N. 1, we find J0n f (x) = J0n = ∞ ∞ ∞ (λ ·)k λk n k (x) = ∑ J0 [(·) ](x) k=0 k! k=0 k! ∑ λk ∞ (λ x)k+n ∑ Γ (k + n + 1) xk+n = λ −n ∑ Γ (k + n + 1) , k=0 k=0 and here the series on the right-hand side is not exp(λ x).

We denote the limit of the sequence ( fk ) by f . It is well known that f is continuous. We then find x 1 | fk (t) − f (t)|(x − t)n−1 dt Γ (n) a x 1 fk − f ∞ (x − t)n−1 dt ≤ Γ (n) a 1 fk − f ∞ (x − a)n = Γ (n + 1) 1 fk − f ∞ (b − a)n ≤ Γ (n + 1) |Jan fk (x) − Jan f (x)| ≤ which converges to zero as k → ∞ uniformly for all x ∈ [a, b]. 8. Let f be analytic in (a − h, a + h) for some h > 0, and let n > 0. (n + k)Γ (n) for a ≤ x < a + h/2, and Jan f (x) = ∞ (x − a)k+n ∑ Γ (k + 1 + n) Dk f (a) k=0 for a ≤ x < a + h.