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1298 Volume 06 21-Jul-43 1298+01 Volume 06 1943
Summary: We may not write arbitrary functions in the solutions xi=Fi(xo;t), for the f's are to be free from t. This means that there are restrictions on the F's, and it is shown that suitable F's will satisfy certain equations. (Cf. 1315)(and 1341)
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