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Assume that and are winning strategies for Sy in the games of length n on A and B, respectively, B and C . In order to win the game on A and C , Sy does the following. Next to the actual playing of E (A C n) against Di, he is also busy bookkeeping two 23 24 / Basic Model Theory plays of E (A B n) and E (B C n) respectively, in which the Sy-moves are executed by and , respectively. Suppose that Di starts by playing an element a from A. To this move, Sy applies , as though it were a rst move in the game E (A B n).

I < 2n ; 1. Put j := i. Then we have that Sy(i# j # n). Furthermore (since k m 2n+1 = (2n ; 1) + 1 + (2n ; 1) and i = j < 2n ; 1) we have that k ; i ; 1 m ; j ; 1 2n ; 1, hence it follows from the induction hypothesis that Sy(i" j " n). ") k ; i ; 1 < 2n . Now choose j such that m ; j ; 1 = k ; i ; 1 and argue as under (ii). 2. See Exercise 33. 13 Lemma. 1. Sy( 1 1 n) ^ Sy( 2 2 n) ) Sy( 1 + 2 1 + 2 n) more generally: 2. If I is a linearly ordered set and, for every P i 2 PI , i and i are orderings such that Sy( i i n), then Sy( i I i i I i n).

A A set ; of formulas is satis able if there are a model and an assignment that satis es every formula from ; in the model. A set of formulas is nitely satis able if each of its nite subsets is satis able. The following result says that Compactness also applies to sets of formulas. Compactness Theorem (version 3). Every nitely satis able set of rst-order formulas is satis able. Proof. Let ; be a nitely satis able set of L-formulas. 1. Choose an injection h of the set of variables into some set C of new constant symbols.