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ISSUES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ZINA ORDINANCE 1979 AND A CASE STUDY OF MALAKAND DIVISION
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION
During recent decades Pakistan have been the most vulnerabl
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1.1. Overview 3
1.2. Background of the Study
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Foundations of Mathematics
Assignment 2
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1. Prove
(x)(P Q) (x)P (x)Q.
Solution:
In this proof, c and d are fresh variables, and subdeductions are colored
Notes on the p-Laplace equation
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Contents
1. Introduction
2
2. The Dirichlet problem and weak solutions
6
3. Regularity theory
16
3.1. The case p > n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELLIPTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
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Growth of Local Integrals
Schauder Theory
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ESTIMATES AND ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS
JOHN URBAS
1. Why We Need Estimates
The aim of this lecture is to explain why we need various technical
estimates in PDE theory. The basic reason is that estimates of
Foundation of Mathematics
Assignment 4
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May 10, 2017
1. Prove that the set of all countable ordinals is itself uncountable.
Solution:
Denote by a the set of all countabl
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Foundation of Mathematics
Assignment 3
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April 26, 2017
1. Prove that AC AC3 (see 6.F.3 in the notes).
Solution: We show first AC AC3 . Let A be a set of pairwise disjoin
Foundation of Mathematics
Assignment 5
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May 25, 2017
1. (i) Prove: An infinite subset of N is recursive if and only if it is the range of a strictly
increasing recursive
Regularity of the Derivatives of Solutions
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JOHN L. LEWIS
Introduction. In this paper we show for fixed p, 1 < p < 00, that if u is a
weak solution to V - (quIP
Foundations of Mathematics
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Assignment 3
Q.1
(For Tuesday, 25 April)
Prove that AC AC3 (see 6.F.3 in the notes).
Q.2 In the notes, Section 6.G.1 we prove that every vector space has a ba
Foundations of Mathematics
2017/4, MAW&MN
Assignment 4
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(For Monday, 8 May)
Prove that the set of all countable ordinals is itself uncountable.
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Assignment 5
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Q1. (i)
Prove: An infinite subset of N is recursive if and only if it is the range of a strictly increasing
recursive functi
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