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The secret is to adjust the anti-telescoping. n; j /. 1 q 8n 14 / cancels with the same factor in Hn 1 . n; 0/ is clear upon inspection. E. n; 1/ has nonnegative coefficients for n 2. n; j / has nonnegative coefficients. Also because 1 q 6 is in the denominator, we see that the coefficient of q 8j C4 is 1. n; j / is zero. n; j / has only one negative coefficient which is 1 and occurs for q 8j C9 . This requires an analysis analogous to that in Sect. 3. n; j / (excluding 6 and 9). We shall say that 6-partitions (a new definition from that in Sect.

2. x/ > 0g also satisfies it. 2 shows the linear extremal function for the set fxy 2 example, is equal to that of the set fxy 2 > 0g. The former is not contained in a p half-space, while the latter is. jzj/ equal to 0 on the set fxy 2 > 0g, this set does not satisfy the no small functions condition. Hence, it fails the linear bound property. The set fxy 2 0g, even though it is not contained in a half-space. It is contained in a half-space plus a pluripolar set. 3. x/ > 0g, where P is a real homogeneous polynomial.

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