By Yorozu S.
We provide a generalization of the end result received by way of C. Currais-Bosch. Weconsider the -operator linked to a transverse Killing box v on acomplete foliated Riemannian manifold . lower than a definite assumption,we turn out that, for every belongs to the Lie algebra of the linearholonomy crew . a unique case of our end result, the model of the foliationby issues, implies the implications given by means of B. Kostant (compact case) andC. Currfis-Bosch (non-compact case).
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1), we have a = −1, b = 2, and c = 0. Since a < 0, the graph of the function has a shape. The graph intersects the x-axis at the origin since y = 2x − x2 = when x = 0. The other intercept (intersection) with the x-axis is the other root of the equation 2x − x2 = 0, namely x = 2. This is evident since 2x − x2 = (2 − x)x. Therefore, one of the roots of the equation 2x − x2 = 0 is x = 0. The other root is x = 2. 3, and the graph of the function is shown in Fig. 3. Finally, we consider the function f (x) = x2 − 2x + 2.
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