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3 = 0 and follows from Equation (30) which is — 20,3 = 0 for m = 2. 2. Now suppose that Equations (31) and (38) hold for all even m < n. Prove them for m = n. Applying (29) we obtain Nt eiE + ^^+ 5 r j ) = J=2 Nt +1 7VC_ ^' + E" <* h=3 Nt i=2 TM Copyright n 2003 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2003 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 1 If Equation (31) holds for all even m, < n then where E Si = - (ck + Sckc)(t s . . tsiyjj. (33) Proof. Let n-l Si = r=3 Then by definition, 5^+1 = E"r=3 [^(Gr-)]n+1 and from the set of equalities (31) it immediately follows that ^+1 = 50 + Si + ...

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We have N , -2on+i = -elS 1=0 . . ,s, + S;) - cktsi . . t s , y r . 2 For any even natural number m holds ... (tsi + Sf')(yr + Sry) - cktsi ... t8lyr (38) Proof. Recall that we prove the theorem by simultaneous induction on the two Equations (31) and (38). Check the base of induction for Equation (38). In fact for m = 2, Equation (38) is 0 = 0. Let Equation (38) hold for all even m < n. We prove it for m = n. First we prove that the sum of elements of the right hand side of (38) which do not, depend on the generator ei, is zero.