### A Characterization of the Banach Spaces of Type p by Lévy Measures.

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Let p ∈ (1,∞). The question of existence of a curve in ℝ₊² starting at (0,0) and such that at every point (x,y) of this curve, the ${l}^{p}$-distance of the points (x,y) and (0,0) is equal to the Euclidean length of the arc of this curve between these points is considered. This problem reduces to a nonlinear differential equation. The existence and uniqueness of solutions is proved and nonelementary explicit solutions are given.

Let F be a power series centered at the origin in a real Banach space with radius of uniform convergence ϱ. We show that F is analytic in the open ball B of radius ϱ/√e, and furthermore, the Taylor series of F about any point a ∈ B converges uniformly within every closed ball centered at a contained in B.

We establish a Banach-Steinhaus type theorem for nonlinear functionals of several variables. As an application, we obtain extensions of the recent results of Balcerzak and Wachowicz on some meager subsets of L¹(μ) × L¹(μ) and c₀ × c₀. As another consequence, we get a Banach-Mazurkiewicz type theorem on some residual subset of C[0,1] involving Kharazishvili's notion of Φ-derivative.

We show that a theorem of Rudin, concerning the sum of closed subspaces in a Banach space, has a converse. By means of an example we show that the result is in the nature of best possible.