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The dual space of Lp is equal to Lq.
Later, it is stated as a theorem without proof that
for 1 <= p < +infinite, The dual space of lp is equal to lq.
1)f(x+f(y)+xf(y))=y+f(x)+yf(x) for all x and y in S
2)f(x)/x is strictly increasing on each of the interval -1Answered by Saroop Kaul and Chris Fisher.