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After 47 § 3. :1 + t(z If(zl - ZI» - f(ZI)] dt l + t(z - Zl» - f(zl)l. the desired conclusion is now immediate. 12 For a subset S of e and a bounded function f: S _ w/(8) e let = sup{lf(z) - f(w) I: z, WE S, Iz - wi s 8} for each 8 ~ O. The function Wf: [0, ex» _ [0, ex» so defined is called the oscillation of f or, in case f is continuous on S, the modulus of (uniform) continuity ofJ. 13 (i) Let S be a subset ofe andf: S _ e a boundedfunction. Show that Wf is continuous at 0 if and only iff is uniformly continuous on s.

CURTISS [1901/02]) Modify the mean value argument above to prove the differentiability 011at Zo when the second hypothesis in 2. I 6 is replaced by the weaker one that both Re Dtf and 1m DJ [or, alternatively, both 1m Dtf and Re D 2 f] are continuous at ZOo Notes to Chapter II For more on the two geometric features ("streckentreue" and "winkeItreue") which earn locally univalent holomorphic functions the name "conformal," see pp. 42-46 of BIEBERBACH [1934], REMAK [1914], BOHR [1918], RADEMACHER [I919a], R.

Which is uniformly dense. Indeed, by an easy uniform continuity argument one sees that the piecewise linear functions with rational complex "vertices" are such a class. l) 1/,,(1)I- 11m)]. This is an open, connected set. For (2) /,,[0,1] U D(f,,(t), 11m), t E [0, I] is connected, being the union of connected sets with a point in common. Similarly, as /,,[0, 1) meets both the disk D(O, 1 + 11m) (in /,,(0) = I) and C\15(0, 1/,,(1)1 - 11m) (in 1,,(1», the set (3) D(O, 1 + l/m)u /,,[0,1] u [C\15(0, 1/,,(1)1 - 11m)] 36 Curves, Connectedness and Convexity is connected.

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