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Q.E.D. Having proved the basic

the full

Riesz in an equivalent but technically more convenient form. This is done in the ...

Q.E.D. Having proved the basic

**inequality**of M. Riesz, we now proceed to provethe full

**inequality**of Calderon and Zygmund. Our first step is to put the result of M.Riesz in an equivalent but technically more convenient form. This is done in the ...

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We now pause to sharpen another of the

the paragraph following Lemma 9, the continuity of the norm function which

follows from the triangle

that ...

We now pause to sharpen another of the

**inequalities**of Lemma 9. ... was noted inthe paragraph following Lemma 9, the continuity of the norm function which

follows from the triangle

**inequality**of Lemma 14(d), and by Lemma 11, it followsthat ...

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The above

follows from the postulates for § that the Schwarz

is zero. Hence suppose that x ^ 0 ^ y. For an arbitrary complex number a 0 ^ (x+<

xy, ...

The above

**inequality**, known as the Schwarz**inequality**, will be proved first. Itfollows from the postulates for § that the Schwarz

**inequality**is valid if either x or yis zero. Hence suppose that x ^ 0 ^ y. For an arbitrary complex number a 0 ^ (x+<

xy, ...

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