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Thus E ( M ( 2 ) ; U ) is non - zero for a near ho , ego , and it follows that for à

number of distinct points in the spectrum of M ( a ) , the sets { 2 € 0o \ n ( 2 ) Z s }

are ...

Thus E ( M ( 2 ) ; U ) is non - zero for a near ho , ego , and it follows that for à

**sufficiently**close to ho , o ( M ( 2 ) n U is non - void . Thus if n ( a ) denotes thenumber of distinct points in the spectrum of M ( a ) , the sets { 2 € 0o \ n ( 2 ) Z s }

are ...

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60 / q ' ( t ) \ Jo I 19 ( t ) / 3 / 2 ) ( 1 ) ° / for

dt < 4 * lạ ( t ) 5 / 2 | lig ( t ) | - % dt < 0 for

( d ) If q ( t ) + - 00 as t → 0 , qlt ) is monotone decreasing for

60 / q ' ( t ) \ Jo I 19 ( t ) / 3 / 2 ) ( 1 ) ° / for

**sufficiently**small bo , and if 1 ( 9 ( t ) ' ) ? ,dt < 4 * lạ ( t ) 5 / 2 | lig ( t ) | - % dt < 0 for

**sufficiently**small bo , then oe ( t ) is void .( d ) If q ( t ) + - 00 as t → 0 , qlt ) is monotone decreasing for

**sufficiently**small t ...Page 1760

But , since hn - aScho → to , then to = 0 ; and this contradiction shows that ( vii )

implies ( v ) . To prove ( vii ) , we shall first prove the following statement : ( viii )

Let a 21 ( k ' ) be real and

But , since hn - aScho → to , then to = 0 ; and this contradiction shows that ( vii )

implies ( v ) . To prove ( vii ) , we shall first prove the following statement : ( viii )

Let a 21 ( k ' ) be real and

**sufficiently**large , and let k ' = [ ( n + 1 ) / 2 ] + 1 = v + 1 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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