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R 2л 0 By substituting O ' for 0-8 + ( 0/2 ) and simplifying , it is

R 2л 0 By substituting O ' for 0-8 + ( 0/2 ) and simplifying , it is

**seen**that 1 R 27 G ( u , v ) ( = ie " ) " im Sauvrde ( . * ( " ) ei ( nOʻ— ( 58 sin 0 ° ) ) do ' . 2π Now the Bessel function Jn of order n is defined by the equation ...Page 1024

n ( 1 ) | det ( I – Bx ) ) = ( 1 + tras ) ( - ) " tr ( B ) N hi a N N Since ( 1 / N ) , tr ( B ) < 1 and + x , the inverse operator ( I – Bx ) -1 exists and it is readily

n ( 1 ) | det ( I – Bx ) ) = ( 1 + tras ) ( - ) " tr ( B ) N hi a N N Since ( 1 / N ) , tr ( B ) < 1 and + x , the inverse operator ( I – Bx ) -1 exists and it is readily

**seen**that 1 ( I – Bn ) - ° ( x , y ] x = - - [ ~- -B ) -z .Page 1154

Since it is clear that ( 2 ) Ex £ , what will be proved then , is that ( i ) 2 ( 2 ) ( E ) = c ( axa ) ( E ) , Εε Σ ( 2 ) , for some constant c independent of E. This condition ( i ) , as is

Since it is clear that ( 2 ) Ex £ , what will be proved then , is that ( i ) 2 ( 2 ) ( E ) = c ( axa ) ( E ) , Εε Σ ( 2 ) , for some constant c independent of E. This condition ( i ) , as is

**seen**from Corollary III.11.6 , is a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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