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4. dO,N = dm,N = (m +: - 1) _ (m ~ ~ ; 3) (m ~ 2). 5) (m ~ 1) . Proof. With m = 0, 1 the results are trivial. 1, dim Pm = dim Hm + dim Qm = dim Hm ~ + dim P m- 2. 2. 6) Now dim Pm is the number of linearly independent monomial functions of degree m in N variables , and this is equal to the number of arrangements in which m indistinguishable objects together with N - 1 indistinguishable division-markers are put in a row of m + N - 1 places. An arrangement of this type is determined by selecting m places for the objects from the m + N - 1 available.

6, either sup h n == +00 on fl or (h n ) is uniformly bounded and uniformly equicontinuous on each compact subset of fl. 1. In the case where sup h n == +00 18 Chapter 1. Harmonic FUllctions we fix Xo E 0 and choose (h nj ) such that hnj (xo) --+ +00. Given x E 0 we choose a bounded connected open set w such that x, Xo E wand we 0, and choose M E ~ such that h n 2': A1 on w for all n. 4, with E = {x, xo}, so h nj (x) --+ +00 o as required. 8. ' for (N -I)-dimensional Lebesgue measure. 12. Let 0 = ~N-l hE 1i(O) and the function t f--t X (a, b), where j~N_llh(x"t)ld>"'(x') -00 :S a < b :S +00.

The conclusion follows in view of the arbitrary nature of rl. 3. l on aD and a number c ~ 0 such that h(x) = IJ,(x) + CXN (x ED). (1. 2) l. 7. Harmonic functions on half-spaces 23 Proof. Let z = (0, .. ,0, -1) and w = (0, ... ,0, -1/2). We will deduce this result from the Riesz-Herglotz theorem using the Kelvin transform with respect to the sphere S(z, 1). Thus x' = z+lIx-zll- 2 (x-z) and Ilx' -zll = Ilx-zll- 1 whenever x -:p z, and Ilx' - Yll2 = Ilx' - zl12 + Ily - zl12 1 Noting that w* x 2(x-z,y'-z) 1 = Ilx - zl12 + Ily' - zl12 - Ilx - z11211Y' - zl12 = Ilx - zl12 + Ily' - zl12 - 2(x Ilx - zWlly' - zl12 = Ilx-y'1I 2 Ilx - z11211Y' - zl12 = -z, we obtain from ~ _ II • _ 112 4 2(x' - z, y - z) w (x,yEJRN\{z}).