## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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It remains to be proved that the number ay is independent of the

It remains to be proved that the number ay is independent of the

**open set**V. If f is in L ( R ) , L ( R ) , f vanishes on the complement of V , and f ( m ) = 1 for m in an open subset V , of V , then the above proof shows that ( of ) ...Page 1151

We observe that if A and B are disjoint closed subsets of R and if n is an integer , then there is an

We observe that if A and B are disjoint closed subsets of R and if n is an integer , then there is an

**open set**U CR such that AK , CU and Un B = $ . This is true since for each pe An K , there is an**open set**U ( p ) such that pe U ( p ) ...Page 1660

... points ) as the intersection with C of an

... points ) as the intersection with C of an

**open set**of E " containing x and all the points with which w is identified . It is apparent that by this set of identifications C becomes topologically equivalent to the Cartesian product of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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