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left, or two-sided) ideal, if it is contained in no other ideal of the same type.

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**R**such that e = air = wa. Thus every non-zero element**of R**has an inverse, so**R**is a field. A right (left, or two-sided) ideal in a ring**R**is called a marimal right (left, or two-sided) ideal, if it is contained in no other ideal of the same type.

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The lemma follows by multiplying both sides of the equation - (us–T)(WI–T){

T)–

spectrum of the adjoint To" is identical with the spectrum of T. Further,

The lemma follows by multiplying both sides of the equation - (us–T)(WI–T){

**R**(2;T)–

**R**(u; T)} = (us–T)–(2I–T) = (u–A)I by**R**(2; T)**R**(u; T). Q.E.D. 7 LEMMA. Thespectrum of the adjoint To" is identical with the spectrum of T. Further,

**R**(2;**To) =****R**(2; ...Page 586

o Then there evists a 6 - 0 such that if u → 6, then U Co(T(u))

analytic function of u for each A. e U. PRoof. By Lemma 3, there is a 6, such that if

u → 31, then U Co(T(u)). Let 0 < 0, be chosen such that T(0)—T(u) < inf

o Then there evists a 6 - 0 such that if u → 6, then U Co(T(u))

**and R**(A; T(u)) is ananalytic function of u for each A. e U. PRoof. By Lemma 3, there is a 6, such that if

u → 31, then U Co(T(u)). Let 0 < 0, be chosen such that T(0)—T(u) < inf

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A Settheoretic Preliminaries | 1 |

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