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34 (Bendixon) Let A be as in Exercise 25, and suppose also that the matrix

values of the matrix

the ...

34 (Bendixon) Let A be as in Exercise 25, and suppose also that the matrix

**elements**of A are real. Let C = (A – A*), and let g be the maximum of the absolutevalues of the matrix

**elements**of C. Then |Joã sg (**) 2 (Hint: Use Exercise 33 andthe ...

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An

equivalence classes of

denoted by L2({u,}). We observe that by Lemma 7, the integrand in the integral ...

An

**element**F of L(u,H) will be said to be a {u, null function if F = 0. The set of allequivalence classes of

**elements**of L. (Kuo) modulo (u,3-mull functions will bedenoted by L2({u,}). We observe that by Lemma 7, the integrand in the integral ...

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It follows that if {f,} is a sequence of

bounded sequence of

Hence k, has a convergent subsequence k, which converges to an

Since TK ...

It follows that if {f,} is a sequence of

**elements**of 3 such that {T}. ... Let {g,} be abounded sequence of

**elements**of Q(T) such that {Tg,} converges. Find a ...Hence k, has a convergent subsequence k, which converges to an

**element**k.Since TK ...

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