## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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This assertion is not true if it is not

This assertion is not true if it is not

**assumed**that t is bounded below ( cf. the exercises in Section 9.D ) . Additional criteria are given below for the ...Page 1724

**Assuming**the boundary to be smooth , it follows that it may as well be**assumed**to be plane . This being**assumed**, the proof of Theorem 2 may be modified as ...Page 1734

Since we have only to show that tf is in H ( k + 1 ) ( UI ) for some neighborhood UCU , of p , it is clear that we may

Since we have only to show that tf is in H ( k + 1 ) ( UI ) for some neighborhood UCU , of p , it is clear that we may

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