## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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It follows that if f is a function defined on Euclidean n -

integrable with respect to n -

integral Set ( s ) 2 ( ds ) is equal to the “ iterated ” integral St . { . . . { St . 07 ( 81 , . .

.

It follows that if f is a function defined on Euclidean n -

**dimensional**space E andintegrable with respect to n -

**dimensional**Lebesgue measure 2 , the “ multiple ”integral Set ( s ) 2 ( ds ) is equal to the “ iterated ” integral St . { . . . { St . 07 ( 81 , . .

.

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An n -

operator on a finite

bı , . . . bn } be a Hamel basis for the finite

...

An n -

**dimensional**B - space is equivalent to En . 4 COROLLARY . Every linearoperator on a finite

**dimensional**normed linear space is continuous . Proof . Let {bı , . . . bn } be a Hamel basis for the finite

**dimensional**normed linear space X so...

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Then the

X * * ( II . 3 . 19 ) , the

spaces with zero

Then the

**dimension**of X * * is finite , and , since X is equivalent to a subspace ofX * * ( II . 3 . 19 ) , the

**dimension**of X is finite . ... 11 ) of infinite**dimensional**F -spaces with zero

**dimensional**conjugate spaces . The following corollary was ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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