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2. If n is the smallest integer such that y. + ... + y > 0 and y, + ... 34) is larger or equal to y, (u ) + ... + y (u ) „ , 1 o n o w n + , v u -Vn< u o' Observe first that y for p large enough, +1 (u ) < V +1 <0 , v u G X . c v tx . 37) n + Sup u Q €X Vt. (u ) + . 6. 38) X into S(t) H , t > 0 , and such that S ( t ) X = X , V t > 0 . 2, to this situation. Replacing replacing t by pt > 0 S by and apply one of the theorems S^ , p large, amounts to . 2) ; we set, in this case w . (t) = Sup GO . (L(t,u) ) .

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