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accepted $l^q \subset l^p$ for $q\leq p$ with counting measure
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comment $l^q \subset l^p$ for $q\leq p$ with counting measure
Thanks, but how does one show the case when the right hand side is equal to 1? After that the general result follows from homogeneity of the norm.
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comment An epsilon cover of the reals?
Sorry I fixed the typo, the enumeration is of the rationals. Sorry about that!
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revised An epsilon cover of the reals?
fixed typo