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... n = 1 we have used the inequality 1ta Sea for a > 0. Consequently , RL ( 2 ) 5 2 € z for

... n = 1 we have used the inequality 1ta Sea for a > 0. Consequently , RL ( 2 ) 5 2 € z for

**sufficiently**large 2. Lemma 6.22 then implies that | L ( z ) < 8 € z / for**sufficiently**large [ z ] , so that | L ( 2 ) lim 0 .Page 1343

Thus E ( M ( 2 ) ; U ) is non - zero for å near ho , â € 00 , and it follows that for a

Thus E ( M ( 2 ) ; U ) is non - zero for å near ho , â € 00 , and it follows that for a

**sufficiently**close to ho , o ( M ( 2 ) ) , U is non - void . Thus if n ( 2 ) denotes the number of distinct points in the spectrum of M ( a ) ...Page 1475

If we can show that o ( :, 22 ) has a zero in ( a , z , ) and a zero in [ 22 , b ) , we will have established that ol • , 22 ) has at least n + 1 zeros in ( a , b ) , contradicting the fact that he is in Jr. It is

If we can show that o ( :, 22 ) has a zero in ( a , z , ) and a zero in [ 22 , b ) , we will have established that ol • , 22 ) has at least n + 1 zeros in ( a , b ) , contradicting the fact that he is in Jr. It is

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