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4). Let M 2 be a complete non-flat Riemannian surface with non-negative Gaussian curvature, KM ≥ 0. Then the only entire solutions to the maximal surface equation (2) are the constant functions. 2 is obtained as a consequence of the following result, (we refer the reader to Ref. 2, Section 4 for a detailed proof). 3 (Ref. 1). Let M 2 be a (non necessarily complete) Riemannian surface with non-negative Gaussian curvature, KM ≥ 0. Then any maximal surface Σ2 in M 2 × R1 which is complete with respect to the metric induced from the Riemannian product M 2 × R is totally geodesic.
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We have a decomposition of p into a sum of Ad(K)-invariant and Ad(K)irreducible submodules: p = p1 ⊕ p2 ⊕ p(1,2) ⊕ p(1,3) ⊕ p(2,3) . 1 (Ref. 13). Assume that k1 , k2 , k3 ≥ 2, and at most one of k1 , k2 is equal to 2. Then there are no pairwise Ad(K)-isomorphic submodules among p1 , p2 and p(i,j) (1 ≤ i < j ≤ 3). 1 are satisﬁed, then we have a complete description of all Ad(K)-invariant metrics on G/H. Let ρ be any Ad(K)-invariant metric on G/H with corresponding Ad(K)-invariant inner product (·, ·) on p.
Ancient Hindu Geometry: The Science Of The Sulba by Bibhutibhushan Datta