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is an evident consequence of

the pair of functions sin At and sin ut for u > A; the corollary by the pair of

functions ...

**Statement**(a) is the special case ti = 12 of the preceding theorem.**Statement**(b)is an evident consequence of

**statement**(a). Q.E.D. The theorem is illustrated bythe pair of functions sin At and sin ut for u > A; the corollary by the pair of

functions ...

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The operator r is bounded below if and only if it is finite below A for some finite A.

Thus

) ...

The operator r is bounded below if and only if it is finite below A for some finite A.

Thus

**statement**(a) follows immediately from the preceding lemma. To prove**statement**(b), note that t is finite below Żo, but not below any A - Wo.**Statement**(b) ...

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8*T*(X)u(t, w) = 0, t > 0, a e2, and such that in us.')-10-0. PRoof.

follows from the preceding theorem and Theorem 6.23.

...

8*T*(X)u(t, w) = 0, t > 0, a e2, and such that in us.')-10-0. PRoof.

**Statement**(i)follows from the preceding theorem and Theorem 6.23.

**Statement**(ii) follows from**statement**(ii) of the preceding theorem, since a function satisfying the hypotheses...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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