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These response formula are useful in that they show the deviations from the ideal

performance and from the approximate

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These response formula are useful in that they show the deviations from the ideal

performance and from the approximate

**solution**based on the infinite line . The**solution**for the latter ideal case is then obtained as a limiting case of the**solution**...

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LII . Mathieu Functions of Stable Type . By E. L , INCE , M.A. , D.Sc. * T 1.

Introduction . THE general

20 cos 2.c ) y = 0 , ( 1 ) . is known from theoretical considerations to be of the form

y = AM ...

LII . Mathieu Functions of Stable Type . By E. L , INCE , M.A. , D.Sc. * T 1.

Introduction . THE general

**solution**of the Mathieu equation t , d day dir ? + ( n –20 cos 2.c ) y = 0 , ( 1 ) . is known from theoretical considerations to be of the form

y = AM ...

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There is evidently no loss of generality in assuming that 0 < R ( p ) < 1 , where R (

p ) denotes the real part of p . When the

is unchanged if x is replaced by 7 - X. Consequently , when the

There is evidently no loss of generality in assuming that 0 < R ( p ) < 1 , where R (

p ) denotes the real part of p . When the

**solution**is stable , pis real . Equation ( 1 )is unchanged if x is replaced by 7 - X. Consequently , when the

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### Contents

SEVENTH SERIES | 1 |

Wertenstein on a New Method of Determination of | 17 |

Prof A Press on the Classical Reasonableness of the Quantum | 33 |

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