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Feb23-13 09:24 AM
micromass
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Hello, everyone. I have a n*n Toeplitz block matrix of basic dimension m*m. If it is not a block matrix, I can use...
Jun10-09 12:14 AM
BiBByLin
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I really don't know which section this should be posted in. I spent some time yesterday dividing by zero in an...
Jun8-09 06:49 PM
Phrak
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Hi! I wonder if you guys help me prove this: span(S1 ∩ S2) ⊆ span(S1) ∩ span(S2) I have seen span(S1 U S2) =...
Jun8-09 03:55 AM
MathematicalPhysicist
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I have a block Toeplitz matrix with complex parameter as shown in attachment file. How can I solve such problem, I...
Jun7-09 10:53 PM
BiBByLin
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I am studying invariance, and I came across this dilemma. Suppose we have a subspace with the basis <v1, v2> of the...
Jun6-09 06:46 PM
evilpostingmong
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First Question: Let Nn be the integer whose decimal expansion consists of n consecutive ones. For example, N2=11 and...
Jun6-09 03:45 PM
ramsey2879
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Hi. Need help with following problem: Let R=(V,E) a regular graph with degree at least 1 and odd number of...
Jun6-09 12:00 PM
Geomancer
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Prove whethere is linearly independent or not the following: {e^x,e^{2x}}
Jun5-09 09:15 PM
evagelos
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Hello, Can someone help me understand why the Inner Product of a Null vector with itself can be non zero if complex...
Jun5-09 12:22 PM
DeepSeeded
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So I've been working through some algebraic number theory and there is a problem asking me to describe the ideals in...
Jun5-09 10:08 AM
sidm
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Can it be proven that the number of prime pairs with a difference of two (that is, primes separated by only one even...
Jun4-09 04:53 PM
HallsofIvy
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Theorem 5.3: Let A be in M_n_x_n(F). (a) The characteristic polynomial of A is a polynomial of degree n with leading...
Jun1-09 08:39 PM
jeff1evesque
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Hey Does anyone know where I can find the generators of the group of rotations in four dimensions? thanks!
Jun1-09 11:37 AM
George Jones
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in a seminar at my univesity we had a brief introduction to prime number theorem , in the blackboard the professor...
Jun1-09 04:53 AM
zetafunction
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without using a counter example, show a proof that Euler's polynomial equation P(n)=n^2+n+41 can not be used to...
May31-09 06:34 PM
CRGreathouse
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my question is, let us suppose we can find an expansion for the prime number (either exact or approximate) \pi...
May30-09 12:24 AM
CRGreathouse
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Hi all, I had a problem, pls help me. Let b_1 < b_2 < \cdots < b_{\varphi(m)} be the integers between 1 and m that...
May29-09 10:52 AM
whodsow
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The Helmann-Feynman theorem states that : derivative of eigenvalue with respect to a parameter = eigenfunction dagger...
May29-09 10:48 AM
juliette sekx
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I am just curious. If I have a random number generator, eventually, if I wait long enough all possible numbers should...
May28-09 09:01 AM
CRGreathouse
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Is it true that if \sigma \in S_n is a cycle of length k \leq n, then \sigma^k = \varepsilon, where \varepsilon is the...
May28-09 01:04 AM
matt grime
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"Of the numbers N>1, only 4 and 6 cannot be expressed as a sum of prime numbers with unique values."
May27-09 11:26 AM
Loren Booda
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hi, what is wrong about this proof? If x^TAx=0 then A is antisymetric matrix. True? false? P: False A=-A^T...
May27-09 10:36 AM
jbunniii
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Question: Can someone explain the following to me: "... the entries of the matrix A - tI_n are not scalars in the...
May27-09 10:25 AM
HallsofIvy
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Does either \frac{\prod_{2N=n}^\infty{p_n}}{\prod_{2N-1=n}^\infty{p_n}} or ...
May27-09 10:08 AM
John37
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On average, at least how many factors must one try dividing a number N by to decompose it into primes?
May26-09 11:07 PM
CRGreathouse
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Is there a function f(x) that will give the average number of prime factors for x_1 0<x_1<x, in a way similar to the...
May26-09 06:03 PM
CRGreathouse
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Hello, I don't want how to prove: Matrix A is nilpotent, so A^k=0. Prove that det(A+I)=0. Thank you so much :-)
May26-09 01:34 PM
lukaszh
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Hi, Is there any solution for the following problem: Ax = \lambda x + b Here x seems to be an eigenvector of...
May26-09 03:41 AM
ahmethungari
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Why are they called "axioms"? Shouldn't they be called "definitions"?
May26-09 12:20 AM
Dragonfall
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Hi: was wondering if somebody can help me with this I came across in a paper. $e_k$ is a vector of $k$ $1's. M...
May25-09 10:01 AM
alice20006
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This seems a simple question but I am unsure as to why I cannot find a number n where 2^n mod 3 = 0 I am trying...
May24-09 11:29 PM
xnull
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the question is, i wish to calculate the sum \sum_{ n=1}^{N}a(n) for big N then you can introduce a so called...
May24-09 03:49 PM
zetafunction
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if x is an integer, x1=6x2+8x+2 x2=6x21+8x1+2 x3=6x22+8x2+2 x4=6x23+8x3+2 x5=6x24+8x4+2 if i want to see x5 in...
May24-09 11:15 AM
chhitiz
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I have a problem. Calculate Dim(Ran(T)) if T is 1-to-1. Also calculate Dim(Ker(T)) if T is onto. How do you think I...
May24-09 07:43 AM
HallsofIvy
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Hello, I was reading something in my text/wikipedia, and they both said that "...the eigenvalues of a matrix are...
May23-09 06:40 AM
HallsofIvy
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grad(A*B)=(A*grad)B + (B*grad)A + A curl B + B curl A i'm not sure how to read the RHS to begin to work out the...
May23-09 03:11 AM
dx
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Does anyone know of a source with a list of unsolved problems in those fields? Not "well-known" problems like the...
May22-09 10:22 PM
Dragonfall
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I was just wondering how you know if linear transformations injective?
May22-09 09:02 AM
HallsofIvy
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Suppose you had the following: (A,*) and (B,\nabla) So to prove associativity, since I know that both A and B...
May21-09 04:33 AM
tiny-tim
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Notations: σ denotes an R-map M denotes an abelian group under addtion R denotes a commutative ring with identity...
May20-09 09:02 PM
sanctifier
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