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#### 13 November 2022

• 08:2408:24, 13 November 2022 diff hist +1,027 N Talk:Jensen's Formula/Proof 1Created page with "Thank you User:Yunjiangster for your attempted correction of this proof. However at {{ProofWiki}} we do not simply delete other work because we deem it incorrect. If it is really incorrect then this is established by consensus on the talk page, i.e. here. Obviously this does not apply if the fix is minor. Replacing complete proofs however, is '''not done'''. Instead, I created Jensen's Formula/Proof 3 as a home for your proof. Please check it for overlap with..." current
• 08:2208:22, 13 November 2022 +74 Jensen's FormulaNo edit summary current
• 08:1908:19, 13 November 2022 +280 m Jensen's Formula/Proof 1Reverted edits by Yunjiangster (talk) to last revision by Fake Proof Tag: Rollback
• 08:1808:18, 13 November 2022 diff hist +1,396 N Jensen's Formula/Proof 3Created page with "{{tidy}} {{MissingLinks}} == Theorem == {{:Jensen's Formula}} == Proof == <onlyinclude> {{explain|I don't see why $r {{=}} 0$ is WLOG?}} Assume without loss of generality that $r = 0$. Write $\map f z = B_{\rho_1}(z) \dotsm B_{\rho_n}(z) \map g z$, where $B_\rho(z) := \frac{z - \rho}{1 - z \overline{\rho} }$ is the Blaschke factor at $\rho$, so $\map g z$ is holomorphic and nonzero in $D_r$, and each $B_{\rho_i}(z)$ is holomorphic and has a simple zero $\rho_i$ inside..."

#### 1 November 2022

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