To conclude this section let us mention that, in spite of the fact that the Nikiforov and Uvarov method used here allows us to obtain the recurrence relations in Theorems 3.1 and 3.3 directly, in principle, Theorem 3.1 can be obtained also by combining appropriately the known

Corollaries 3.7 and 3.13.

Possible

corollaries: Students believe learning is incidental to getting the work done.

From inspection of

corollaries 1 and 2, we see that the k's found above are 0([log(1/[epsilon] ].sup.1/2.), growing very slowly as [epsilon] decreases.

Applying

Corollaries 2-4, we find the sufficient conditions for [A.sub.[alpha]] [member of] B([l.sub.p]) but do not focus on proving estimates for the norms [parallel]A[[parallel].sub.[alpha]].sub.p].

For instance, we obtain the following two

corollaries if we choose [delta](t) [equivalent to] 1 and [delta](t), respectively.

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All the

corollaries 6 - 10 can be rewritten for [alpha] = 0.

Then (i)-(ix) of Theorem 3 are equivalent to (i)-(x) of

Corollaries 10 and 11, by taking X := [B.sub.E'] equipped with the restriction to X of the [weak.sup.*] topology [sigma](E', E).

From this Theorem we may immediately deduce the following three

corollaries:

The result for p-valent functions follows from the corresponding results of Ma and Minda [7,

Corollaries 1-4, pp.

For a = 2, 3,4 and [p - 1]/2, from the above Theorem and the definition of continued fractions we may immediately obtain the following four

Corollaries.

Analogous results in the above formulation may also be stated for

Corollaries 28 and 29.