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Indeed , it will be

Indeed , it will be

**seen**that this upper bound may be defined as ( UE , S ' ) , where x s'y , whenever x and y both belong to some subset E. € En , and x ...Page 24

Now it is readily

Now it is readily

**seen**that g ( x , x ' ) < d implies Q ( g ( x ) , g ( x ' ) ) SE ; from this the uniform continuity of g follows .Page 254

Thus by forming the chain Up , U , • , Ugis Vg , it is

Thus by forming the chain Up , U , • , Ugis Vg , it is

**seen**that vp is equivalent to vge and thus that VB is in V. Since { v } is a basis , the vector u ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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