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**Suppose**that for P1 , P2 in 1 , T2 , and To , always agree on the intersection of Ln , ( S , E , u ) and L , ( S , Ė , ) . Prove that log ( o ( Tp ) is a convex function of p . 51 Let the hypotheses of Exercise 50 be satisfied .Page 1144

**Suppose**that each of the s regions into which the plane is divided by these ares is contained in an angular sector of opening less than a p . Let N > 0 be an integer , and**suppose**that the resolvent of T satisfies the inequality | R ...Page 1391

Let X be a Banach space , and

Let X be a Banach space , and

**suppose**that X = Y + N , where N is a finite dimensional space and Y is a closed subspace . Let T be a bounded linear operator from X to a second Banach space X ;.### What people are saying - Write a review

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