## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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Show that for 1 p < 2 , 2 ( :) F ( - ) is the Fourier

Show that for 1 p < 2 , 2 ( :) F ( - ) is the Fourier

**transform**of a function in L ( -00 ... +00 ) , the Fourier**transforms**being defined as in Exercise 6 .Page 1075

16 Show that not every continuous function , defined for -00 < t < oo and approaching zero as t approaches + or -00 , is the Fourier

16 Show that not every continuous function , defined for -00 < t < oo and approaching zero as t approaches + or -00 , is the Fourier

**transform**of a function ...Page 1271

frequently - used device , it is appropriate that we give a brief sketch indicating how the Cayley

frequently - used device , it is appropriate that we give a brief sketch indicating how the Cayley

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