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Let G : C —> Z be a function such that A) (a) G(\) - G(\ - i') = i • for all A G C and all t G / . Clearly, such a function exists and is unique up to addition of an arbitrary constant function C —» Z. 5. Let A, A' G CnX+. TTien A = V. Assume that A > A' and G(A) = G{A'). , in I. 4(a) repeatedly, we see that n 4 ) = £ i p • z p (i p , A) £ zp • iq. p—\ 1

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Let B be a Q(v)-basis of 'f consisting of homogeneous elements and containing 1. Assume that in ' U we have a relation XV,/*,{> c b ' , n , b b l ~ = 0 where run over B,Y,B respectively, and c^^^ £ Q(t>) are zero except for finitely many indices. We must prove that the coefficients Cb'>fl,b are all zero. Assume that this is not so. Then we may consider the largest integer N such that there exist £/,/z, b with cy^ ^ 0 and tr |6'| = N. We have

We have F^y a',a" ,b' ,g,c\ — = [ a ' \ b " + n ] . i ^ 6 ' ' - 0 ? / and we set b" = — 0 unless g < n. (n)ot The proposition is proved. 1. 2. 5, where m : U

F ^ ( m ) . 3. Remark. ) For any ue U, we have S(u)f2 = QS(u) : M —> M.

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