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# Real Analysis: Short Questions and MCQs

We are going to add short questions and MCQs for Real Analysis. The subject is similar to calculus but little bit more abstract. This is a compulsory subject in MSc and BS Mathematics in most of the universities of Pakistan. The author of this page is Dr. Atiq ur Rehman. The page will be updated periodically.

## Short questions

- What is the difference between rational and irrational numbers?
- Is there a rational number exists between any two rational numbers.
- Is there a real number exists between any two real numbers.
- Is the set of rational numbers is countable?
- Is the set of real numbers is countable?
- Give an example of sequence, which is bounded but not convergent.
- Is every bounded sequence is convergent?
- Is product of two convergent sequences is convergent?

## Multiple choice questions (MCQs)

- Whis is not true about number zero.
- (A) Even
- (B) Positive
- (C) Additive identity
- (D) Additive inverse of zero

- Which one of them is not interval.
- (A) $(1,2)$
- (B) $\left(\frac{1}{2},\frac{1}{3} \right)$
- (C) $[3. \pi]$
- (D) $(2\pi,180)$

- A number which is neither even nor odd is
- (A) 0
- (B) 2
- (C) $2n$ such that $n \in \mathbb{Z}$
- (D) $2\pi$

- A number which is neither positive nor negative is
- (A) 0
- (B) 1
- (C) $\pi$
- (D) None of these

- Concept of the divisibility only exists in set of …………..
- (A) natural numbers
- (B) integers
- (C) rational numbers
- (D) real numbers

- If a real number is not rational then it is ……………
- (A) integer
- (B) algebraic number
- (C) irrational number
- (D) complex numbers

- Which of the following numbers is not irrational.
- (A) $\pi$
- (B) $\sqrt{2}$ * (C) $\sqrt{3}$
- (D) 7

- A set $A$ is said to be countable if there exists a function $f:A\to \mathbb{N}$ such that
- (A) $f$ is bijective
- (B) $f$ is surjective
- (C) $f$ is identity map
- (D) None of these

- Let $A=\{x| x\in \mathbb{N} \wedge x^2 \leq 7 \}$. Then supremum of $A$ is
- (A) 7
- (B) 3
- (C) does not exist
- (D) 0

- A convergent sequence has only ……………. limit(s).
- (A) one
- (B) two
- (C) three
- (D) None of these

- A sequence $\{s_n\}$ is said to be bounded if
- (A) there exists number $\lambda$ such that $|s_n|<\lambda$ for all $n\in\mathbb{Z}$.
- (B) there exists real number $p$ such that $|s_n|<p$ for all $n\in\mathbb{Z}$.
- (C) there exists positive real number $s$ such that $|s_n|<s$ for all $n\in\mathbb{Z}$.
- (D) the term of the sequence lies in a vertical strip of finite width.

- If the sequence is convergent then
- (A) it has two limits.
- (B) it is bounded.
- (C) it is bounded above but may not be bounded below.
- (D) it is bounded below but may not be bounded above.

- A sequence $\{(-1)^n\}$ is
- (A) convergent.
- (B) unbounded.
- (C) divergent.
- (D) bounded.

- A sequence $\{\frac{1}{n} \}$ is
- (A) bounded.
- (B) unbounded.
- (C) divergent.
- (D) None of these.

- A sequence $\{s_n\}$ is said be Cauchy if for $\epsilon>0$, there exists positive integer $n_0$ such that
- (A) $|s_n-s_m|<\epsilon$ for all $n,m>0$.
- (B) $|s_n-s_m|<n_0$ for all $n,m>\epsilon$.
- (C) $|s_n-s_m|<\epsilon$ for all $n,m>n_0$.
- (D) $|s_n-s_m|<\epsilon$ for all $n,m<n_0$.

- Every Cauchy sequence has a ……………
- (A) convergent subsequence.
- (B) increasing subsequence.
- (C) decreasing subsequence.
- (D) positive subsequence.

- A sequence of real number is Cauchy iff
- (A) it is bounded
- (B) it is convergent
- (C) it is positive term sequence
- (D) it is convergent but not bounded.

- Let $\{s_n\}$ be a convergent sequence. If $\lim_{n\to\infty}s_n=s$, then
- (A) $\lim_{n\to\infty}s_{n+1}=s+1$
- (B) $\lim_{n\to\infty}s_{n+1}=s$
- (C) $\lim_{n\to\infty}s_{n+1}=s+s_1$
- (D) $\lim_{n\to\infty}s_{n+1}=s^2$.

- Every convergent sequence has …………….. one limit.
- (A) at least
- (B) at most
- (C) exactly
- (D) none of these

- If the sequence is decreasing, then it …………….
- (A) converges to its infimum.
- (B) diverges.
- (C) may converges to its infimum
- (D) is bounded.

- If the sequence is increasing, then it …………….
- (A) converges to its supremum.
- (B) diverges.
- (C) may converges to its supremum.
- (D) is bounded.

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