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17 ( Schmidt ) The non -

17 ( Schmidt ) The non -

**zero**eigenvalues of T * T are the same as the non -**zero**eigenvalues of TT * , even as to multiplicity ( the positive square roots ...Page 1432

Suppose first that the end point under consideration is finite so that without loss of generality we can suppose it to be at

Suppose first that the end point under consideration is finite so that without loss of generality we can suppose it to be at

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( tata - fat ) is identically

( tata - fat ) is identically

**zero**in [ c , d ] , so that fitz is constant . Moreover , since fı and tí have only a finite number of**zeros**in [ c , d ] ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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