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 Hod & Netzach
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 2.6 Boundedness of Functions
 BOUNDEDNESS OF FUNCTIONS. 63. Example 174 Consider h : R −→ R defined by h (x) = sin(x).
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 Functions of Bounded Variation
 Example 4 Define the function α : [0, 1] → IR by α(x) = {. 0 if x = 0 x cos π x if x = 0.
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 EXAMPLES 2 1. Let A,B,C and D be four sets in some abelian group
 Give an example of a 1bounded function with large U4norm but small U3norm. 7. Look up a statement of John's theorem on convex bodies.
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 SCHWARZ'S LEMMA AND THE SZEGÖ KERNEL FUNCTION
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 BONFERRONITYPE INEQUALITIES AND BINOMIALLY BOUNDED
 v ∈ V in the preceding proposition we observe that the function f : [V ]k → R, which is defined by f(I) := I/V  for any I ∈ [V ]k, is binomially bounded. Example 2.
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 Bounded function  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 A schematic illustration of a bounded function (red) and an unbounded one (blue ) can be made bounded if one considers its domain to be, for example, [2, ∞).
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 Local boundedness  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 Examples. The function f: R → R defined by. f(x)=\frac{1}{x^2+1.
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 Bounded variation  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 Examples.
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 Bounded Functions
 BOUNDEDNESS OF FUNCTIONS. 63. Example 174 Consider h : R −→ R defined by h (x) = sin(x).
 science.kennesaw.edu
 What is a Bounded Function?  Calculus: Problems and Solutions
 Apr 27, 2011 An easy example of a bounded function is f(x) = 1 . This function never gets bigger than 1, and it never gets smaller, either. Kinda boring.
 thecalculusblog.com
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