By N. L. Carothers

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Obviously, a basis for X is linearly independent. Moreover, any basis has dense linear span. That is, the subspace spanfxi : i 2 Ng = (X n i=1 ) aixi : a1; : : :; an 2 R; n 2 N (consisting of all nite linear combinations) is dense in X . In fact, it's not hard to check that the set (X n i=1 ) aixi : a1; : : : ; an 2 Q; n 2 N is dense in X . We say that (xn ) is a basic sequence if (xn) is a basis for its closed linear span, a space we denote by xn ] or span (xn). Example. `p, 1 p < 1, and c0 It's nearly immediate that the sequence en = (0; : : : ; 0; 1; 0; : : :), where that single nonzero entry is in the n-thPslot, is a basis for `p, 1 p < 1, and for c0.

5. Show that every bounded linear map T : `r ! `p , 1 p < r < 1, or T : c0 ! `p, 1 p < 1, is compact. ] 6. Show that every bounded linear map T : c0 ! `r or T : `r ! c0, 1 r < 1, is strictly singular. 7. Show that (X Y )1 = (X Y )1, isometrically. 8. Prove that N can be written as the union of in nitely many pairwise disjoint in nite subsets. 9. Find a \natural" copy of (`p `p )p in Lp(R). 10. If (Xn ) is a sequence of Banach spaces, prove that (X1 X2 )p is a Banach space for any 1 p 1. 11. 10 requires that ((Y Z ) (Y Z ) )p (Z Z )p (Y Y )p.

If S is \small enough," that is, if T is \close enough" to I , then T should be an isomorphism on xn ]. That this is true is a useful fact in its own right, and is well worth including. 6 If a linear map S : X ! X on a Banach space X has kS k < 1, then I S has a bounded inverse, and k(I S ) 1k (1 kS k) 1. Proof. The geometric series I + S + S 2 + S 3 + converges in operator norm to a bounded operator U with kU k (1 kS k) 1. The fact that U = (I S ) 1 follows by simply checking that (I S )Ux = x = U (I S )x for any x 2 X .

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