An elementary Treatise on Plane and Solid Geometry by Benjamin Peirce

By Benjamin Peirce

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Similarly, if we consider a function u ˜j = ψj (εy1 )vj (y ), see (109), reasoning as before we find det g(−∆g u ˜j + u ˜j − pup−1 ˜j ) = (D1 )j + (D2 )j + (D3 )j + (D4 )j + (D5 )j , 2,ε u (120) where ˜ 1 × ε2 ψ vj + 2ε(2y3 h12 − f ) + G ˜ 2 ) × εψ ∂2 vj ; (D1 )j = − 1 + εy3 (h22 − h11 ) + G 0 j j (D2 )j 2 ˜3 −1 + ε2y3 h22 − ε2 (2y3 h12 − f0 )2 + 2y32 h22 (h22 − h11 ) − y32 (h )12 − 2(y2 − f0 )y3 ∂2 h22 + G = 2 × ψj ∂22 vj ; ˜ 4 ψj ∂ 2 vj + G ˜ 5 εψ vj = − 1 + εy3 (h11 + h22 ) + G 33 j (D3 )j + (D4 )j 1 2 g 11 − y3 ∂2 h11 + ∂2 h22 ε2 2y3 ∂1 h12 − f0 − (y2 − f0 )∂22 2 2 2 2 ˜6 +G × ψj ∂2 vj ; −ε(h11 + h22 ) − ε2 2y3 (h11 + h22 + h12 + h11 h22 ) + (y2 − f0 ) ∂2 h11 + ∂2 h22 = ˜7 +G × ψj ∂3 vj ; (D5 )j 1 ˜8 = −p w0p−1 + ε(p − 1)w0p−2 w1 + ε2 (p − 1)w0p−2 w2 + ε2 (p − 1)(p − 2)w0p−3 w12 + G 2 × ˜ 4 ψj vj .

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