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If we put E(0) = 0 when 6 no (T) is void, then

Theorem 1 and

spectral measure associated, in

If we put E(0) = 0 when 6 no (T) is void, then

**Corollary**4 follows immediately fromTheorem 1 and

**Corollary**IX.3.15. Q.E.D. 5 DEFINITION. The uniquely definedspectral measure associated, in

**Corollary**4, with the normal operator T is called ...Page 1301

However, as vo satisfies an equation of order 2n, vo must be identically zero. This

contradiction completes the proof. Q.E.D. 23

differential operator of order n on an interval I with end points a, b, and suppose

that the ...

However, as vo satisfies an equation of order 2n, vo must be identically zero. This

contradiction completes the proof. Q.E.D. 23

**CoRollary**. Let t be a formaldifferential operator of order n on an interval I with end points a, b, and suppose

that the ...

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number of independent boundary values at a and at b respectively. The

statement of the present

) Under the ...

**Corollary**23 and from Theorems 19 and 20 that d' and d" exceed by n thenumber of independent boundary values at a and at b respectively. The

statement of the present

**corollary**is then evident. Q.E.D. 26**CoRollARY**. (Kodaira) Under the ...

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