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Let M : II – I, be a

whenever C is a compact subset of Is; (b) (M(.)), e C*(I), j = 1,..., n2. Then (i) for

each p in C*(I2), p o M will denote the function p in C*(I) defined, for a in II, by the

...

Let M : II – I, be a

**mapping**of II into I, such that (a) M-'C is a compact subset of I,whenever C is a compact subset of Is; (b) (M(.)), e C*(I), j = 1,..., n2. Then (i) for

each p in C*(I2), p o M will denote the function p in C*(I) defined, for a in II, by the

...

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=|f(M-(r))w()JG)dr, J denoting the absolute value of the Jacobian determinant of

the

variables in a multiple integral. But then (iii) is evident. Q.E.D. Lemma 47 allows

us to ...

=|f(M-(r))w()JG)dr, J denoting the absolute value of the Jacobian determinant of

the

**mapping**a -> M-"(a); this follows by the standard theorem on change ofvariables in a multiple integral. But then (iii) is evident. Q.E.D. Lemma 47 allows

us to ...

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Let U, CIo be a bounded neighborhood of q chosen so small that p0, C2, and so

that there exists a

origin such that (i) p is one-to-one, is infinitely often differentiable, and p-' is ...

Let U, CIo be a bounded neighborhood of q chosen so small that p0, C2, and so

that there exists a

**mapping**p of U1 onto the unit spherical neighborhood V of theorigin such that (i) p is one-to-one, is infinitely often differentiable, and p-' is ...

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