## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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( If there are only a

( If there are only a

**finite**number N of non - zero eigenvalues , we write in ( T ) = 0 , n > N ) . Then , for each positive integer m ( a ) 14 ( T ) .Page 1460

Then , if t is

Then , if t is

**finite**below 1 , and the leading coefficient of t + tq never vanishes , I try is**finite**below 2 . PROOF . It is clear that we may suppose ...Page 1913

... ( 389–391 ) vector - valued , study of , IV.10 ( 391 ) Measure space , decomposition of . ( See also Decomposition ) definition , III.4.3 ( 126 )

... ( 389–391 ) vector - valued , study of , IV.10 ( 391 ) Measure space , decomposition of . ( See also Decomposition ) definition , III.4.3 ( 126 )

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