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I In order to prove theorem 1, we need the two following results: A c~n ~ n~ 9! cz>(y,oL)=¢}=r, Lemma 1. 1 [7] ). f { 't "> 0 : ~ ~ ~Y E An 't { I X I;. i 1= ¢} :: r ~m.. inf -itt F(~flxl>fJ) - ~ 't .... +--I} - r f:: (we assume that 00 if 1= 0 ). ~~~a Proof ~ Lemma 1. d. ft). d. P,fl (H) '> O. with the Jio,p (A) = jU (A n{o ~ Ixl0 the following inequalities The first inequality is obvious. The validity of the second inequality follows from the equality 1) + It 1) = ('t+ ~)1J.

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