Hi! I was just pondering about the following: Say we have a linear, continuous operator on a Hilbertspace with and . Then is invertible if and is not an eigenvalue: One can show that the operator has dense image in and is injective. Hence one can define the inverse of on the image. We have. since . I want to follow now that is bounded but i do not succeed at that. Can someone please give me a hint?
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