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|theorem. Hansted, B. G. Teix. J. Sc 2 (1880)154Equation .1:"'=a+b~/-1. Valat, — |
deaux Act Ac Sc (1844) 177Euclid, Book ... property Stephanoa, C Par S Mth.
B11 7 (1879) 81- —, theorem of éeby8ev Le Paige, C. Brux Ac B11 25 (1893)
|Mansion“4]. His proof of (4) should have been credited to Catalan.“ E. Catalan“ |
gave a condensation and slight modification of Mansion's" paper. C. Le Paige (
ibid., pp. 176-8) proved Mansion's“ theorem that every product equals a
|(See Theorem 2.2.4 in Chapter 2.) ... [le+lu(m)|(l+2e()) + Zap/ma max ] / IIVmuII |
where El and so are defined in Eqn(2.3.15). ... Using this lemma Paige then
proves the following theorem for what he calls stabilized eigenvalues of the
|Le Paige, С. M. M. H. H.  (xn) Brux. S. Se. A. 2 (1878) (Pt. 1) 54- ; (Pt. 2) 25-. |
... new theorem. Berzolari, L. Palermo Cir. Mt. Bd. 3 (1889) 145-. quadruple, on
curves of 4th degree. Vriee, J. de. Amst. Ak. Vs. M. 4 (1888) 307- ; Arch. Néerl.
|The first known theorem of this type we owe to Le Paige, who published it in the |
Liége Memoirs of 1880 (see Hist. of Dets., iv, p. 4), the basic array for it being not
n-by-(n+2), but n-by-(n+1). The enunciation which we have given of our theorem
|A Survey Andreas Brandstädt, Van Bang Le, Jeremy P. Spinrad. Theorem 5.5.2 [|
372] A graph G is strongly chordal if and only if every induced subgraph of G has
a simple vertex. Corollary 5.5.1 A graph is strongly chordal if and only if it admits
|theorem of Cebysev. Le Paige, C. Brüx. Ac. BU. 25 (1893) 235-. — quantities. |
Léger, É. Liouv. J. Mth. 1 (1836) 93-. , elementary theory. Egidi, G. Bm. N. Line. At
. 46 (1893) 149-. — — , theorem. Lebesgue, V. A. Liouv. J. Mth. 1 (1836) 266-.
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|Theorem 1. Paige [l]. Given k < m and an eigenvalue fie of T^ with corre- ks |
spending eigenvector u , then (12) min ... Paige [l]. Let the eigenvalues MJ. k-1 <j
<k + 1 , of Tm satisfy for some b>0 (13) /ik_i + b < Mic < Mk+i-b, and le£ u1 be ...
|C. Le Paige (107) employing a method given by C. Le Paige (106) constructed a |
Ct when fourteen points were given. ... Dual theorem. By quadratic inversion,
consider a triangle and an inscribed C2, P as Brianchon point. Any C2 ...
|C. Le Paige(107) employing a method given by C. Le Paige(1M) constructed a |
Cs when fourteen points were given. ... as to C, and as to C4. Dual theorem. By
quadratic inversion, consider a triangle and an inscribed C2, P as Brianchon