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2 x E This shows that ( i )

2 x E This shows that ( i )

**implies**( iv ) . Statement ( iv ) clearly**implies**the continuity of T at 0 ; so ( iv )**implies**( ii ) .Page 280

That ( 1 )

That ( 1 )

**implies**( 2 ) can be proved in a manner similar to that used in Theorem 14 to show that condition ( 3 ) of that theorem**implies**( 4 ) .Page 454

To each point pe C there corresponds a unique nearest point N ( p ) € K. To see this , note that Lemma IV.4.2

To each point pe C there corresponds a unique nearest point N ( p ) € K. To see this , note that Lemma IV.4.2

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