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**Suppose**that for P1 , P2 in I , T ,, and To , always agree on the intersection of Lp , ( S , E , u ) and L » , ( S , E , u ) . Prove that log ( o ( T ) is a convex function of p . 51 Let the hypotheses of Exercise 50 be satisfied .Page 1559

As usual , let N ( t ) be the number of zeros in the interval [ 0 , t ) of a solution of the equation tf = 0 , and

As usual , let N ( t ) be the number of zeros in the interval [ 0 , t ) of a solution of the equation tf = 0 , and

**suppose**that N ( t ) = f'Q ( s ) ds + KQ ( E ) 2-6 where 0 < e < 2 . ( a ) Show that S'Q ( s ) -20N ( ) = \ " Q ( s ) - + ...Page 1597

( 18 ) In the interval [ 0 , 0 ) ,

( 18 ) In the interval [ 0 , 0 ) ,

**suppose**that ( a ) lim q ( t ) = -00 , ( b ) lim sup < 0 , 3 ( q ' ( t ) ) 9 ( 0 ) ( q ' ( t ) ) ( c ) So dt < , M 19 ( t ) 5/2 τ for large M. Then the essential spectrum of t is empty ( Wintner ( 8 ] ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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