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49) to express s as a C k - 1 function of x and consequently p(s)· T(s) is a C k - 1 function of x, which we denote by F . ' • From the proof of the theorem we obtain the following useful corollary. 57) to compute Ipl2 = = (p. N)2 y2+ + (p. 2). Let an ellipse with major axis of length 2a and minor axis of length 2b be parametrized by P where a 2 ( fJ) = ( -c + ~ cos fJ ) bsm9' = I? + ~, thus the foci are (-2c, 0) and p '(fJ) =( (0,0). We compute -a sinfJ ) . 59) c sin 9 [a - c cosfJ]. 52), we find that y=b a-ccosfJ a+ccosfJ' or, if we solve for cos fJ, alJ2-y2 cosfJ= - - - .

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This will allow us to develop the classical examples. 5 Suppose n is a C le , k ~ 2, domain with Cle defining function p. If P = (Pl,]J2; ... ,PN) E an and apfOXN(p) > 0, then there exists a C le junction f, defined on a ball in RN-l centered at ~,P2, ... ,PN-d such that (x,f(x») E an for all x E B, j(PloP2, ... 45) 2The author's name is also transliterated as Alexandrov. CHAPTER 2. 43). 42). • ,XN) = XN - I(X~,X2, ••• ,XN-l). The level set U = 0 gives 00 near P, and every other level set of U is simply a translate of 8n in the x N direction, with the same normal direction as the original surface.

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