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Hence, by Theorem X.4.2., o(T,) C [0, co). Thus [+] shows that g(T) C [0, oo).

Q.E.D. The next lemma shows that a positive self adjoint transformation has a

transformation, ...

Hence, by Theorem X.4.2., o(T,) C [0, co). Thus [+] shows that g(T) C [0, oo).

Q.E.D. The next lemma shows that a positive self adjoint transformation has a

**unique**positive “square root”. 8 LEMMA. If T is a positive self adjointtransformation, ...

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... denote the norm of an operator A in Euclidean n-space, and where K = maxies

A(t). Thus, if we use the norm |Y =s, Y()d in the B-space {L1(I)}", we have q)*| <

Kosk!, where K1 = K • maxler st–tol. Thus, equation (e') has the

cf.

... denote the norm of an operator A in Euclidean n-space, and where K = maxies

A(t). Thus, if we use the norm |Y =s, Y()d in the B-space {L1(I)}", we have q)*| <

Kosk!, where K1 = K • maxler st–tol. Thus, equation (e') has the

**unique**solution (cf.

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With boundary conditions A and C, the

boundary condition tag = Ao is sin Vit. With boundary conditions A, the

eigenvalues are consequently to be determined from the equation sin VZ = 0.

With boundary conditions A and C, the

**unique**solution of tao = Ao satisfying theboundary condition tag = Ao is sin Vit. With boundary conditions A, the

eigenvalues are consequently to be determined from the equation sin VZ = 0.

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