This square has a perimeter equal to the circumference of the circle.
Then M is a Banach algebra having for its identity the unit point mass at 0.
Thus R has rank 2 <determinant zero/cardinality c>.
Therefore F has a countable spectrum <a finite norm/a compact support>. [Or: F has countable spectrum etc.]
Since......, we have Tf equal to 0 or 2.
However, X does have finite uniform dimension.
Then B does not have the Radon-Nikodym property.
Let f be a map with f|M having the Mittag-Leffler property.
Suppose A is maximal with respect to having connected preimage.
This allows proving the representation formula without having to integrate over X.
It has to be assumed that......
The problem with this approach is that V has to be C1 for (3) to be well defined.