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S. ( 71 ) ( m ) u ( dm ) = 8 [ E ( e ) } ] = ( t , yle ) ) S = ( 0 - * that

S. ( 71 ) ( m ) u ( dm ) = 8 [ E ( e ) } ] = ( t , yle ) ) S = ( 0 - * that

**Proof**. If we write y for y ( e ) , then ( f , x ) = / ( x ) ų ( v ) dx = Set ( 2–0 ) y ( x ) dır = SxF ( 0 — x ) y ( x ) dx = ( $ * y ) ( 0 ) = 0 ( 8 + x ) .Page 1459

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**PROOF**. It is obvious from Definition 20 that r is bounded below . Thus the present corollary follows from Corollary 7 and Definition 25 ( b ) . Q.E.D. 31 COROLLARY . Suppose in addition to the hypotheses of Theorem 8 that the ...Page 1750

We shall see , however , that this fact is needed in the course of the

We shall see , however , that this fact is needed in the course of the

**proof**of Theorem 1 , and shall prove it by a direct method where it is needed . Remark 2. The theorem is false if no boundedness restriction is imposed on the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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