By Vladimir V. Tkachuk

This fourth quantity in Vladimir Tkachuk's sequence on *Cp*-theory offers kind of whole insurance of the idea of practical equivalencies via 500 conscientiously chosen difficulties and workouts. via systematically introducing all the significant subject matters of *Cp*-theory, the booklet is meant to convey a committed reader from simple topological ideas to the frontiers of contemporary examine. The e-book provides whole and updated info at the maintenance of topological homes via homeomorphisms of functionality areas. An exhaustive concept of *t*-equivalent, *u*-equivalent and *l*-equivalent areas is built from scratch. The reader also will locate introductions to the idea of uniform areas, the speculation of in the community convex areas, in addition to the speculation of inverse platforms and measurement idea. in addition, the inclusion of Kolmogorov's answer of Hilbert's challenge thirteen is incorporated because it is required for the presentation of the idea of *l*-equivalent areas. This quantity includes crucial classical effects on sensible equivalencies, particularly, Gul'ko and Khmyleva's instance of non-preservation of compactness by way of *t*-equivalence, Okunev's approach to developing *l*-equivalent areas and the theory of Marciszewski and Pelant on *u*-invariance of absolute Borel sets.

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219. Let L be a linear topological space and suppose that A and B are nonempty disjoint convex subsets of L and A is open. Prove that there exists a continuous linear functional f W L ! y/ for any x 2 A and y 2 B. 220. Let L be a locally convex linear topological space. Suppose that A and B are disjoint convex subsets of L such that A is compact and B is closed. Prove that there exists a continuous linear functional f W L ! y/ for any x 2 A and y 2 B. 221. Let L be a locally convex linear topological space.

203. Let L be a linear topological space. B/ is also balanced; (6) if E is an l-bounded subset of L then E is also l-bounded. 204. Let L be a linear topological space. Prove that (1) every neighborhood of 0 contains an open balanced neighborhood of 0; (2) every convex neighborhood of 0 contains an open convex balanced neighborhood of 0. Deduce from (2) that any locally convex linear topological space has a local base B at 0 such that each U 2 B is convex and balanced. 205. Let L be a linear topological space.

179. Y / respectively. Y / then dim X D dim Y . 180. Y /. Prove that dim X D dim Y . 181. Let X be a zero-dimensional compact space. Prove that Y is also a zerou dimensional compact space whenever Y X . u 182. Suppose that X is a zero-dimensional Lindelöf space and Y X . Prove that Y is also zero-dimensional. 183. Z/. 184. Z/. 185. Suppose that n 2 N and a space Xi is metrizable for every i Ä n. Prove that, for any countable ordinal 2, (i) if Xi 2 A for all i Ä n then X1 : : : Xn 2 A ; (ii) if Xi 2 M for all i Ä n then X1 : : : Xn 2 M .