Let ; let

be a from in . Then ,but there is no form on such that

Please help!

(***) Possible way of proving: (see the attached picture)

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- December 5th 2012, 09:54 PMvercammenProve the theorem.
Let ; let

be a from in . Then ,but there is no form on such that

Please help!

(***) Possible way of proving: (see the attached picture) - January 18th 2015, 04:18 PMRebesquesRe: Prove the theorem.
If such a form existed, than it should be at least away from the origin.

By Schwartz's theorem, . See how this checks out.