## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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A closed linear manifold in a

closed linear manifold in the

equation $ ( w * ) y = x * y , y e Y . Clearly 1 $ ( w * ) ] = $ x * l , so that £ : X * → Y *

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A closed linear manifold in a

**reflexive**B - space is**reflexive**. Proof . Let Y be aclosed linear manifold in the

**reflexive**space X . Let 6 : x * * y * be defined by theequation $ ( w * ) y = x * y , y e Y . Clearly 1 $ ( w * ) ] = $ x * l , so that £ : X * → Y *

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19 If X is a

Exercise 18 , that both 3 and X / 3 are

and both 3 and X / 3 are

* ...

19 If X is a

**reflexive**B - space , and 3 is a closed subspace of X , show , usingExercise 18 , that both 3 and X / 3 are

**reflexive**. 20 If X is a B - space , with 3 CX ,and both 3 and X / 3 are

**reflexive**, then X is**reflexive**. ( Hint : Given any * * * e X ** ...

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conjugate is isometric was proved by Hahn [ 3 ; p . 219 ] who was ... He used the

term regular to describe what we , following Lorch [ 2 ] , have called

**Reflexivity**. The fact that the natural isomorphism of a B - space X into its secondconjugate is isometric was proved by Hahn [ 3 ; p . 219 ] who was ... He used the

term regular to describe what we , following Lorch [ 2 ] , have called

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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