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If Γ is closed under ∃ , then it is closed under and if Γ is closed under ∀ , then it is also closed under . Proof. Suppose Pi ⊆ X , Pi ∈ Γ, let G ⊆ N ×X be universal and choose irrationals εi such that Pi = Gεi = {x ∈ X : G(εi , x)}. Now pick ε so that for every i, (ε)i = εi and set x ∈ P ⇐⇒ (∃i)G (ε)i , x . Clearly P ∈ Γ by closure under continuous substitution and ∃ and P = i Pi . The argument about ∀ is similar. 2. Corollary. (12) ⊣ If Φ is a k-ary or countable set operation and Λ is a pointclass, put ΦΛ = {Φ(P0 , P1 , .

Prove that if each Rs is in Σ 0 , then so is R. Hint. For each i, put Pi (x, s) ⇐⇒ Ri (x) & s = i 0 and notice that each Pi is Σ by the closure properties of this pointclass. Now Pi (x, s) ⇐⇒ i Pi (x, s). 1] 1G. Borel functions and isomorphisms 37 Recall the definitions of parametrization, reduction and separation given in the exercises of 1C. 8. Prove that for each > 1, if P ⊆ X × is in Σ 0 , then there is a P ∗ also in Σ 0 which uniformizes P. Hint. 6, but now we deal with infinitary operation instead of projection on , ∃ .

T k[ u n,w u = (t0 , . . , t )&t n,k n,w )&t = 0 & x ∈ N X , (u) ] n,k = 0 =⇒ x ∈ / N X , (u) ]. Clearly P is Σ 02 and for each x, n there is some w such that P(x, n, w). 6. Now P ∗ is the graph of a Σ 02 -measurable function f ∗ : X × → , so the associated f : X → N, f(x) = n → f ∗ (x, n) 0 is also Σ 2 -measurable. 3. It is easy to check that f(x) = α. 11. Prove that for each countable and each perfect product space Y, Σ 0 is Y-parametrized. Infer that for each countable and each perfect X ,(15) ∆0 ↾ X Σ0 ↾ X ∆ 0 +1 ↾ X .

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