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If i sp < 0 , it is readily seen from Corollary III.3.8 and the regularity of 2 that the collection of functions which are

If i sp < 0 , it is readily seen from Corollary III.3.8 and the regularity of 2 that the collection of functions which are

**continuous**and vanish outside of compact sets is dense in L , ( R ) . Hence for Y in Ly ( R ) let k be such a ...Page 968

By IV.8.19 the integrable

By IV.8.19 the integrable

**continuous**functions on R are dense in L ( R ) so there is a**continuous**function f on R such that t < and ( vf ) ( mo ) # 0. Let a = | ( vf ) ( m ) so that 0 < a < 1 and let U be a neighborhood of m , such that ...Page 1903

( See also Absolutely

( See also Absolutely

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