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matrix with the same eigenvalues as A, the statement (3)

inequality str(VD, V"D, w") s |Di, Del. ... Q.E.D. It

preceding

10 that for ...

matrix with the same eigenvalues as A, the statement (3)

**follows**from theinequality str(VD, V"D, w") s |Di, Del. ... Q.E.D. It

**follows**immediately from thepreceding

**lemma**, from**Lemma**9 (d), from the fact that |A| < |A|, and from**Lemma**10 that for ...

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The formula e" 4 = det(A) is valid for finite-dimensional matrices, det(A) denoting

the determinant of A. Since the determinant of A is the product of its eigenvalues,

it

The formula e" 4 = det(A) is valid for finite-dimensional matrices, det(A) denoting

the determinant of A. Since the determinant of A is the product of its eigenvalues,

it

**follows**by**Lemma**6(a) that we have d | det(1+zT) = TI 2,(I+2T) = 1 which ...Page 1733

This lemma will be deduced from the

hypotheses of Lemma 19 be satisfied, and let k be an integer with p < k < 2p--m.

Then, if there easists a neighborhood VI of 20 such that f VAI is in H(*)(VII), there

also ...

This lemma will be deduced from the

**following lemma**: 20 LEMMA. Let thehypotheses of Lemma 19 be satisfied, and let k be an integer with p < k < 2p--m.

Then, if there easists a neighborhood VI of 20 such that f VAI is in H(*)(VII), there

also ...

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