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Similarly, using the triangle inequality and the continuity of both A and B, we obtain (A + B)x = Ax + Bx 46 2 Linear Operators on Banach Spaces ≤ Ax + Bx ≤ K x +K x = (K + K ) x , which yields A + B is continuous. (b) The proof is obvious and hence is omitted. (c) We will prove it for AB as the proof for BA is quite similar. Using the linearity of both A and B and (b) it follows that (AB)(λ x + μ y) = A[B(λ x + μ y)] = A[λ Bx + μ By] = λ (AB)x + μ (AB)y and hence AB is linear. Similarly, using the continuity of both A and B, we obtain that (AB)x = A(Bx) ≤ K Bx = (KK ) x , which yields AB is bounded.

Let (X , d) be a metric space. Then the following properties hold: (a) If X is sequentially compact, then it is complete. (b) If X is sequentially compact, then it is totally bounded. (c) X is sequentially compact if and only if it is totally bounded and complete. 55 ([141]). Let (X , d) be a metric space and let S be a subset of X . A collection of sets {Oλ }λ ∈Λ in X is called a covering of S if S ⊂ λ ∈Λ Oλ . A subcollection {Oγ }γ ∈Γ of the covering {Oλ }λ ∈Λ such that S ⊂ γ ∈Γ Oγ is said to be a subcovering of {Oλ }λ ∈Λ .

K=1 38 1 Metric, Banach, and Hilbert Spaces (d) If v = ∞ ∑ ck ek , then ck = v, ek . k=1 Proof. (a) Write 0≤ n n k=1 k=1 u − ∑ u, ek ek , u − ∑ u, ek ek = u 2 n n k=1 k=1 − 2 ∑ | u, ek |2 + ∑ | u, ek |2 which yields n ∑ | u, ek |2 ≤ u 2 . k=1 Letting n → ∞, one obtains the desired result. (b) Using the partial sum Sn = n ∑ u, ek ek it follows from (a) that for n > m, we k=1 have Sn − Sm 2 n ∑ = u, ek ek , k=m+1 = n ∑ n ∑ u, ek ek k=m+1 | u, ek |2 k=m+1 → 0, n, m → ∞. Consequently, the sequence (Sn )n is a Cauchy sequence and hence converges as H is complete.