By Orin J. Farrell, Bertram Ross

ISBN-10: 0486627136

ISBN-13: 9780486627137

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3, the first column describes the pre-image partition; the single 9 and the second summand are given explicitly as the first two summands. n; j /, all are 14 and 21 does not appear. The second column describes the image partition. The parts indicated parenthetically are unaltered by the mapping. pre-image partition 9 C 5 C 5 C . 5; no 21) 9 C 5 C 5 C 21 C . 5) ( ) 9 C 14 C . 14; no 21) 9 C 14 C 21 C . > 21) 9 C 17 C 21 C . 21) 9 C 21 C . 8i 7/ C . 8i 7/ ! ! ! ! image partition 6 C 13 C . 5; no 21) 6 C 6 C 6 C 6 C 6 C 5 C 5 C .

5j 3/ ! 5j 4/ C . 5j 2/ ! 4 C 4 C 11 C 14 C . 5j C 2/ ! 4 C 9 C 9 C 16 C . 5j C 2/ ! 5j 16/ C. 5j C 2/ ! 5j 3/ C. 5j C 2/ ! 5i 17/ C . 5i 3/ ! 4C4C4C4C9C9 C. 5j C 3/ ! 5j 11/ C . 5j C 3/ ! 5j 2/ C. 5j C 8/ ! 5j 1/ C . 5j C 13/ ! 5i C. 5i 2/ 22/ The important points to keep in mind in checking for the injection are (A) every possible pre-image is accounted for and (B) there is no overlap among the images. Point (A) follows from direct inspection of the construction of the first column where each line accounts for every possible second summand.

X1 1 Ä x2 Ä x1 , so 0 Ä x1 x2 Ä 1 and 2x1 1 Ä x1 C x2 Ä 2x1 . 2 jx1 j C 1/2 . 2 jx1 j C 1/2 . 6. 7 to show that E2 satisfies the upper bound property. The roots of z32 z21 z2 D 0 are z2 D 0; ˙z1 . z1 ; /j/. z1 ; /j C k2 . z/ Ä 0 for z 2 E. z1 ; /j C B. z/ Ä k1 A jz1 j2 C jz21 z2 z32 j C k1 B; where k1 , A, and B are independent of u. Therefore, E satisfies the upper bound property. Next, we show that E does not have a linear bound. jzj/. z1 ; z2 / q x12 x2 x23 0, so ˙a x12 x2 x23 2 R. x1 ; x2 / D 0 on the region E.

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