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G . The Sturm - Liouville Operator – ( d / dt ) 2 + 9 ( t ) The following set of

exercises deals with the operator T = - ( d / dt ) 2 + 9 ( t ) , where the function q is

symbol ...

G . The Sturm - Liouville Operator – ( d / dt ) 2 + 9 ( t ) The following set of

exercises deals with the operator T = - ( d / dt ) 2 + 9 ( t ) , where the function q is

**assumed**to be real and continuous . The interval of definition will be [ 0 , 0 ) . Thesymbol ...

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In the following cases the operator t will be

interval [ 0 , 00 ) . All coefficients will be

theorems are due to Naïmark [ 5 ] . ( 6 ) If conditions ( a ) , ( b ) , ( c ) , ( d ) of I . ( 6 )

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In the following cases the operator t will be

**assumed**to be of the form ( * * ) on theinterval [ 0 , 00 ) . All coefficients will be

**assumed**to be real . All the followingtheorems are due to Naïmark [ 5 ] . ( 6 ) If conditions ( a ) , ( b ) , ( c ) , ( d ) of I . ( 6 )

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be plane . This being

follows . The general process of reducing the proof to the special case in which

the ...

**Assuming**the boundary to be smooth , it follows that it may as well be**assumed**tobe plane . This being

**assumed**, the proof of Theorem 2 may be modified asfollows . The general process of reducing the proof to the special case in which

the ...

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