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24) determines a unique 0, 0 < 0 < 2ir. Any number 0 + 2k7r, k E Z, would then serve as well. FIGURE 3 21 22 Chap. I Numbers and Geometry Now cos 0 + i sin 0 - ei9. ) It is then clear that each non-zero z CC can be expressed r > 0, 0 E R. 25) Of course r z I. There are many such 8's, all differing by integer multiples of 27r. Each 0 is an argument of z. If we also have p> 0, t c- R w= pelt, then zw - (rp)ei(t+e) In other words, multiplication of complex numbers multiplies the absolute values and adds the arguments.
If Xn converges to X. then the angle between (the vectors) Xn and X converges to 0. 6. +2-n and xn converges to x, find the smallest N such that Ix - xnI < 10-2, n>N. 7. If xn > 0 and xn converges to x, then ,V/ xn converges to 1/ X. 8. Let A be a square matrix. Look at the sequence of its powers. Show that if An converges to B. then AB = B. Give an example where the sequence [An} does not converge, yet I An I remains bounded. 9. Let z be a complex number. Prove that the sequence Zn n! is bounded.
In fact, the existence of such a sequence of sets is just a reformulation of the Cauchy property. Exercises 1. True or false? If I X1 I >- I X2 I > , then the sequence [ X,,} converges. 2. Give an example of a sequence for which lirIXn-Xn+10, n but which is not a Cauchy sequence. 3. Describe a Cauchy sequence of rational numbers which does not converge in the rational number system. 4. If z is a complex number, what is lim inf I zn I? 5. True or false? If the sequence [ Xn} converges, then the set of norms [IXnI;n e Z+} has a largest member.