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Let { Xq , QE A } be an orthonormal

may suppose without loss of generality that there is a finite subset B of A such

that { wą , & € B } is an orthonormal

Let { Xq , QE A } be an orthonormal

**basis**for H . Since EH is finite dimensional wemay suppose without loss of generality that there is a finite subset B of A such

that { wą , & € B } is an orthonormal

**basis**for EH , and { Xq , A E A , B } is an ...Page 1029

Then , since S is necessarily invariant under T , there exists by the inductive

hypothesis , an orthonormal

0 for i > i . Let xn be orthogonal to S and have norm one so that { x1 , . . . , xn } is

an ...

Then , since S is necessarily invariant under T , there exists by the inductive

hypothesis , an orthonormal

**basis**{ x1 , . . . , Xn - 1 } for S with ( ( T - ÀI ) x ; , x ; ) =0 for i > i . Let xn be orthogonal to S and have norm one so that { x1 , . . . , xn } is

an ...

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In the range a > 0 they form a perfectly suitable

However , in the range à < 0 , 25 is imaginary , and an analytic expression like

cos att is hard to work with because of the apparent ambiguity in the definition of

at .

In the range a > 0 they form a perfectly suitable

**basis**for the solutions of to = lo .However , in the range à < 0 , 25 is imaginary , and an analytic expression like

cos att is hard to work with because of the apparent ambiguity in the definition of

at .

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