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Bellman) Suppose that every solution of the equation If = 0 is of class L,(I) and

that every solution of the equation 1*] = 0 is of class La(I) (p'1+q“1 = 1).

for ...

**Prove**that the essential spectrum of the operator r in L,(I) is the empty set. E8 (Bellman) Suppose that every solution of the equation If = 0 is of class L,(I) and

that every solution of the equation 1*] = 0 is of class La(I) (p'1+q“1 = 1).

**Prove**thatfor ...

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Write g(t) = h(t)f(t) and obtain, by variation of parameters, an equation of type (A)

as in G7 for h. Infer that 8(1) = 0(f(l))-l G9 Let N (t) be the number of zeros in the ...

**Prove**that the equation 8"(i)—qz(i)8(i) = 0 has a square-integrable solution. (Hint:Write g(t) = h(t)f(t) and obtain, by variation of parameters, an equation of type (A)

as in G7 for h. Infer that 8(1) = 0(f(l))-l G9 Let N (t) be the number of zeros in the ...

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contains the positive semi-axis. (Hint: Apply Theorem 7.1.) G41 Suppose that the

function q is bounded below. Suppose that the origin belongs to the essential ...

**Prove**that 10-1)/.1 = 0(~/<b.—a.>)(b)**Prove**that the essential spectrum of 1contains the positive semi-axis. (Hint: Apply Theorem 7.1.) G41 Suppose that the

function q is bounded below. Suppose that the origin belongs to the essential ...

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