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17 (Schmidt) The non-

eigenvalues of TT", even as to multiplicity (the positive square roots of these

eigenvalues are sometimes called the characteristic numbers of T). 18 Let T be a

...

17 (Schmidt) The non-

**zero**eigenvalues of ToT are the same as the non-**zero**eigenvalues of TT", even as to multiplicity (the positive square roots of these

eigenvalues are sometimes called the characteristic numbers of T). 18 Let T be a

...

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Then (a) is lim sup, ... t”q(t) < – (1/4), every solution of ts = 0 has an infinite

number of

identically

PRoof. According to ...

Then (a) is lim sup, ... t”q(t) < – (1/4), every solution of ts = 0 has an infinite

number of

**zeros**on [a, oo); (b) if lim inf, .s. f*q(t) > –(1/4), no solution, notidentically

**zero**, of Ts = 0 has more than a finite number of**zeros**on sa, oo).PRoof. According to ...

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By (1) and by the definitions (2), (3), and (5) of St, it follows that (7) (Stop)(r) = 0,

p e C(E"), —k < min (L) < max (L) < k, if one of ar1, ..., a, is

let Io denote the cube Io = {a e E"|r, < 1, i = 1, ..., n}. Then for —k < min (L) < max ...

By (1) and by the definitions (2), (3), and (5) of St, it follows that (7) (Stop)(r) = 0,

p e C(E"), —k < min (L) < max (L) < k, if one of ar1, ..., a, is

**zero**. Suppose that welet Io denote the cube Io = {a e E"|r, < 1, i = 1, ..., n}. Then for —k < min (L) < max ...

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