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Then (a) if lim sup, ... tog(t) < —(1/4), every

number of zeros on [a, oo); (b) if lim inf, .<!”q(t) > —(1/4), no

identically zero, of ts = 0 has more than a finite number of zeros on [a, oo). PRoof.

According to ...

Then (a) if lim sup, ... tog(t) < —(1/4), every

**solution**of ts = 0 has an infinitenumber of zeros on [a, oo); (b) if lim inf, .<!”q(t) > —(1/4), no

**solution**, notidentically zero, of ts = 0 has more than a finite number of zeros on [a, oo). PRoof.

According to ...

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Putting yo = 1/2+i so that Žo = 1 +i, we see that the equation (L1–Åo)f has one

ob. The

has ...

Putting yo = 1/2+i so that Žo = 1 +i, we see that the equation (L1–Åo)f has one

**solution**of the order of to "To as t → 00 and another which behaves like to as t →ob. The

**solution**at 20 = 1–i is exactly similar. Thus, by Theorem XII.4.19, L1–2has ...

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What is the relationship between 0(t) and the number of zeros of a

above equation? G14 Use the result of the preceding exercise to show that if the

operator t has two boundary values at infinity, then N(t) lim = OO, t—-oo 2 where ...

What is the relationship between 0(t) and the number of zeros of a

**solution**of theabove equation? G14 Use the result of the preceding exercise to show that if the

operator t has two boundary values at infinity, then N(t) lim = OO, t—-oo 2 where ...

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