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Thus E(M(A); U) is non-zero for A near Ao, Že oo, and it follows that for A

of distinct points in the spectrum of M(A), the sets {2 e ooln(A) > s? are relatively

open in ...

Thus E(M(A); U) is non-zero for A near Ao, Že oo, and it follows that for A

**sufficiently**close to Ao, a (M(A)) n U is non-void. Thus if n(A) denotes the numberof distinct points in the spectrum of M(A), the sets {2 e ooln(A) > s? are relatively

open in ...

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. for ao

void. (d) If q(t) → —oo, if q is monotone decreasing for

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. for ao

**sufficiently**large, and if. s. q(t)|-*dt « oo do for ao**sufficiently**large, then o,(r) isvoid. (d) If q(t) → —oo, if q is monotone decreasing for

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(d) If q(t) → — o as t → 0, q(t) is monotone decreasing for

q'(t) )-; q(t)' o |\sq(t)*) * sq(t)* for

00 o for all bo -> 0, then o', (t) is the entire real aris. PRoof. Part (a) follows ...

(d) If q(t) → — o as t → 0, q(t) is monotone decreasing for

**sufficiently**small t, so (q'(t) )-; q(t)' o |\sq(t)*) * sq(t)* for

**sufficiently**small bo., and if dt - od bo s |q(t)|-*dt =00 o for all bo -> 0, then o', (t) is the entire real aris. PRoof. Part (a) follows ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

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Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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