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Show that if 11 , ... , an are

Show that if 11 , ... , an are

**eigenvalues**of A ( each**eigenvalue**à being repeated a number of times equal to the dimension of the range of E ( 1 ; A ) ) , then the**eigenvalues**of A ( m ) are ܕܬ . . . ܨܢܬ ܨܪܐ iz , in , ...Page 1383

With boundary conditions A , the

With boundary conditions A , the

**eigenvalues**are consequently to be determined from the equation sin vī = 0 . Consequently , in Case A , the**eigenvalues**2 are the numbers of the form ( na ) ?, n 2 1 ; in Case C , the numbers { ( n + ) x } ...Page 1615

Reference : Rosenfeld , N. S. , The

Reference : Rosenfeld , N. S. , The

**Eigenvalues**of a Class of Singular Differential Operators , Comm . Pure Appl . Math . 13 , 395-405 ( 1960 ) . He proves the following theorem . be THEOREM . Let q ( t ) < o be twice continuously ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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