Adam Raccoon and the Circus Master by Glen Keane

By Glen Keane

Для детей, начинающих изучать английский язык, детская книга для самостоятельного чтения. История маленького енота Адама, покинувшего родной дом ради своей мечты - выступления в цирке. Но быть звездой цирка всегда - невозможно, и вот, енот решается на побег... каким будет его возвращение домой?

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7. 103) holds, for some c = c(sd) > 0. 109) only, for some a = a(sd) > 0. We refer to Z+ n (Tk, Tk + Vk] as a short block if Vk < Tk, else it is a long block, and we write Tk + Vk = Hk Tk in this case, so that Hk > 2. We require that Tk+1 >- Tk + Vk for all k. Sometimes we shall assume (after splitting some blocks if necessary), that Hk < Tk. Let d be Behrend and comprise long blocks. 10 and we have log Hk k=1 (log To 1 -log 2-c = 00. This is useful only if Hk is much smaller than Tk and we want a better result.

It will emerge that in an important special case we may choose y = 1 optimally. However this could be misleading: we show by example that if any open interval of the range (0, 1) be omitted then there exists a non-Behrend sequence which the theorem consequently fails to detect. 7 apart from the moot point concerning equality, best possible. Then we justify our second remark above about y. We require a lemma which is a useful variant of Erdos' law of the iterated logarithm discussed in detail in Divisors, Chapter 1.

99) with k = 1 to obtain E(fS;pv) >- E(f;pv)E(8;pv). 99). It remains to consider the cases of equality, and we leave it to the reader to check that the condition that f and g split M is sufficient for this. 99). 103) we must have E(f jgj;Mi) = E(f j;Mi)E(gj;Mi) for every j, (0 < j < v). We apply the induction hypothesis in each case. Firstly, either f or say f, is constant. In view of the monotonicity of f, this implies that f j is independent of j, that is f (pjd) = f (d) for every divisor d of Ml.