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U dm ins tead of ! -. dm . E converging wk * to X u + Eh E where {s } We obtain s + Eh E1 n n n E is a sequence of from {c 1 , c , • • • } . Then f (s +Eh ) dm converges 2 n n E to f ( XE u+Eh ) dm s ince m E N 1 [ �, U (R, Y) ] and again the contra1 diction to µ (E 1 ) > 0 i s obtained i . e . u is 1 or 1 - o a . e . The rest o f the theorem i s shown as earlier . :S o or ll u+l l l oo � o } or U ' = {u/ l l u l l 00 � 1 and l l u-1 1 1 00 � o } are replaced by sets of the form u = {u! ll u-cJ � o i for s ome i } where the sequence { c".

Als o where K{E) where = Z::K . (E) jJ . • is R ICHARD A. Alb ET AL. 42 K . (s) J L: i K (s ) qij qij (In particular hs I 0 ) . Now let y 1,,. denote positive functions of L 2 (µ) with disj oint supports . Let y� converge to y . in the L2 norm l 8 n where y� are positive si ple f unctions wi h I Y l > - +28 + a . 1,, i -1+ oo Let hE be functions in the unit ball of L (µ) such that � � �= n (1) Again by wk * compactness some subsequence of h s (which we n still denote by hs ) converges to h s . Thus hsyn converges n i n weakly in L2 (µ) to h Ey by the Holder inequality .

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