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**prove**that TX is closed if Ty is closed , we shall**prove**more generally that the sum of a closed subspace Z of a B - space , and of a finite dimensional space Ñ , is closed . It is clear that proceeding inductively we may assume ...Page 1563

**Prove**that | ( 2 — T ) in = 0 ( V ( bn - an ) ) . ( b )**Prove**that the essential spectrum of t contains the positive semi - axis . ( Hint : Apply Theorem 7.1 . ) G41 Suppose that the function q is bounded below .Page 1564

**Prove**that f ' and f " are squareintegrable and o ( 1 ) .**Prove**that if a # 0 , then lim f ( s ) ds ( exists and is finite . H. The Operator - ( d / dt ) ? + q ( t ) with q integrable . The following set of exercises deals with the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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