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Moreover , the identity mapping of H ( x + 1 ) ( 1 ) into H ( * ) ( I ) is normreducing and hence continuous . i Ez the 12 - : PROOF .

Moreover , the identity mapping of H ( x + 1 ) ( 1 ) into H ( * ) ( I ) is normreducing and hence continuous . i Ez the 12 - : PROOF .

**Statement**( i ) follows from**statement**( ii ) by Definitions ...Page 1756

Hence we find that if \ y < r , f ( y ) = 0 , and

Hence we find that if \ y < r , f ( y ) = 0 , and

**statement**( i ) is fully proved . ( B ) The uniqueness of the function V of the theorem is an evident consequence of**statement**( i ) . Moreover ,**statement**( i ) enables us to reduce the ...Page 1760

To prove ( vii ) , we shall first prove the following

To prove ( vii ) , we shall first prove the following

**statement**: ( viii ) Let 2 zilk ' ) be real and sufficiently large , and let k ' = [ ( n + 1 ) / 2 ] +1 = v + 1 . Then for each h in CA , ( C , ) all of whose derivatives of order up ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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