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Quite a few precise proofs spotlight this remedy of sensible equations. beginning with equations that may be solved through easy substitutions, the booklet then strikes to equations with numerous unknown features and strategies of aid to differential and vital equations. Also includes composite equations, equations with a number of unknown capabilities of numerous variables, vector and matrix equations, extra. 1966 variation.

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KOLJAGIN 1959; R. PYKE1960; H. RADSTROM 1958; F. W. CARROLL 1961[a], 1964; D. R. HENNEY AND A. G. HENNEY 1962; B. SCHWEIZER 1960; M. KUCZMA AND A. SKLAR1962[a]; I. HALPERIN 1963; M. Hosszrj 1963[b]; D. R. HENNEY1964; W. B. JURKAT1964, 1965; E. VINCZE1964[a, b, c]; and many others. See also the more comprehensive treatments of J. THOMAE 1880; 0. STOLZ1886[a]; H. LAURENT 1890; C. J. DE LA VALLBE POUSSIN1899; S. PINCHERLE 1906, 1912; P. DIENES1914; I? PICARD1928; G. H. HARDY,J. E. LITTLEWOOD, AND G.

1): g(t + u) = F(c, t + a + u ) = F[F(c,t + a ) , u] = F[g(t),u ] . 3. CONTINUITY AND MONOTONICITY. 2(2) of Eq. 2 (1) will be continuous and strictly monotonic. Naturally, this is the case when F(x, t ) is continuous and strictly monotonic. However, it will be seen that either one of these properties is sufficient for the other. First, let f ( t ) = F(c, t ) be continuous. If this is a constant function, we obtain the trivial solution f ( t ) = c. If it is not constant, however, there follows from its continuity that it must also be strictly monotonic: For, if a pair of values t , # t,, existed such that f ( t , ) = f ( t , , ) , then, since f is continuous, there would be pairs ( t l , t z ) with arbitrarily small 1 t , - t , 1 between t , and t,, such thatf(t,) = f ( t z ) .

KAC 1940; M. KAC 1949; W. J. LEVEQUE 1949; J. MILKMAN 1950[a]; H. HALBERSTAM 1955; I. P. KUBILJUS 1955[c], 1956, 1962; H. DELANCE 1956, 1957[a, b, c]. For real numbers it was used by J. ACZEL1956[a] to introduce the natural logarithm (cf. E. GESZTELYL 1958). Cf. also A. J. HINEIN 1953, 1954, 1957[a, b], 1959[a, b]; N. ~ L U N D 1961[a, b]; S. W. GOLOMB1961; M . MARCUS1963, for application in information theory, and S. KABA1903; K. M. KUTYEV1960; D. A. ROBINSON1962[b], for similar equations. 22 1.

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