Let be Banach (more generally FrÃ©chet) spaces and let be continuous linear maps. Suppose that is surjective and is compact. Prove that has closed image and .

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functional analysis

# Finite codimension

# Too large to measure

# Spooky geometry IV

# Universal and injective Banach spaces

Let be Banach (more generally FrÃ©chet) spaces and let be continuous linear maps. Suppose that is surjective and is compact. Prove that has closed image and .

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