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This means that it is necessary to use the variational Pad6-Ritz principle with the upper bound on 63 . As a consequence it is important to know how to get not too bad upper bounds for 63 = <~ [(T-}) +
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A Relativist's Toolkit - The Math of Black Hole Mechanics by E. Poisson