llx~yll~ + HyxW,l~# < i/n 6 n(x) x6M e for p(n) > n of e w e Wn(X) For n>l choose (5) p(n) e Wn(X), (6) llxP(n)y p(n) - (xy)p(n) II~ < I/n , (7) ll[xp(n), an]II~ < I/n (8) I~(anx p(n)) - ~ ( a n T e ( x ) ) I < I/n , x ~ N n, a e F n, (9) IiB(xp(n)) - (8e(x))P(n)II~ < i/n , x eNn, 8 E Aut M • and xeN.

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