By David V. Widder

ISBN-10: 0486661032

ISBN-13: 9780486661032

Vintage textual content leads from simple calculus into extra theoretic difficulties. unique procedure with definitions, theorems, proofs, examples and routines. themes contain partial differentiation, vectors, differential geometry, Stieltjes fundamental, endless sequence, gamma functionality, Fourier sequence, Laplace rework, even more. a number of graded workouts with chosen solutions. 1961 edition.

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A . B e fo re turning to the oth er p r o p e r tie s , let us If B is a secon d extension of A^, it a lso extends By (v iii), B(f) C A (f). B(f) = B ( f Y ' 3 A ( f V = A (f )P r o p e rty (i) is tr iv ia l. Taking adjoin ts, T h e re fo re Suppose (f + g)N = fN + gN, (fg )N = f NgN . B (f) = A (f). f, g e Then OL . Then ||A1((f + g )N)x|| < ||A (f” )* + A 1(gN)x||, SO D(A(£)) r. D (A (g)) c D (A (f+ g )). F or x « D (A (f))r» D (A (g )), A (f + g)x = lim (A 1((f + g )Nx ) = . . = A (f)x + A (g )x .

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