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"If the theorem is true for ([tex]\lambda[/tex][tex]^{-1}[/tex])[tex]\circ[/tex]f , it is clearly true for f."

This far I understand. However, he next says:

"Therefore we may assume at the outset that [tex]\lambda[/tex] is the identity."

I don't understand how this follows, since he previously defined [tex]\lambda[/tex] = Df(x).

I would appreciate someone adding a bit more explanation here.

Thank you.