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IV) THE AXIOM OF COMPLETENESS ( CONTINUITY ) If X and Y are nonempty subsets of lR having the property that x � y for every x E X and every y E Y, then there exists c E lR such that x � c � y for all x E X and y E Y. We now have a complete list of axioms such that any set on which these axioms hold can be considered a concrete realization or model of the real numbers. This definition does not formally require any preliminary knowledge about numbers, and from it "by turning on mathematical thought" we should, again formally, obtain as theorems all the other properties of real numbers.
The term "function" has a variety of useful synonyms in different areas of mathematics, depending on the nature of the sets X and Y: mapping, transformation, morphism, operator, functional. The commonest is mapping, and we shall also use it frequently. For a function (mapping) the following notations are standard: f : X -+ Y, When it is clear from the context what the domain and range of a function are, one also uses the notation x t-+ f(x) or y = f(x) , but more frequently a function in general is simply denoted by the single symbol f.
We shall make no use of this axiom in our construction of analysis. Axioms 1 ° -7° constitute the axiom system known as the Zermelo-Fraenkel ax ioms. 2 1 To this system another axiom is usually added, one that is independent of Axioms 1 ° -7° and used very frequently in analysis. 2 0 J . von Neumann (1903-1957) - American mathematician who worked in func tional analysis, the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, topological groups, game theory, and mathematical logic. He was one of the leaders in the creation of the first computers.