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Let this one be AM. Thus I M-i whence our trial functions can be written That is, this procedure corresponds to using the linear variation method with the M — 1 functions %i a s the basis set. We now note that if we adjoin the function M to the functions %i, we will effectively recover our original M-dimensional basis set and therefore it follows from (10) with k = 2 and M replaced by M — 1 that Ą(M-1)<£2(M) On the other hand, we also know from Result 6 of Section 2 that if E2' is the second lowest eigenvalue of H, then EJ^ÊyJÍM- 1) so we have £ 2 ' < £ i ( M - 1)<Ê2(M) (12) 8.

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