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Feb23-13 09:24 AM
micromass
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I have this problem: 1. θ is 0, θ1]T and θreplicated = 0, θ0, θ1, θ1]T, further θ is a gaussian with mean mθ and...
Nov18-12 05:31 AM
quantumlight
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I have created a program in javascript that has tested integers on the collatz conjecture. Recall that the collatz...
Nov17-12 12:26 PM
phillip1882
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Hello, Would it be correct to say that if for every two different vectors x and y, A*x ≠ A*y (where A is a...
Nov16-12 03:57 PM
AlephZero
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I'm doing my senior project about Compressed sensing, I have some problems with some algorithms. 1)Can any body help...
Nov16-12 09:14 AM
giaoduong
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Hi all, I have a linear algebra question relating actually to control systems (applied differential equations) ...
Nov16-12 09:07 AM
X89codered89X
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So I was working through some problems in Herstein's Algebra on my own time, and I came across something I wasn't so...
Nov15-12 11:00 PM
mathwonk
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Let k\in\mathbb{N}, and q be a prime factor of F_{k}=2^{2^{k}}+1. Deduce that gcd(q-1,2^{k+1})=2^{k+1}. ...
Nov15-12 11:49 AM
TaliskerBA
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I need help or direction on how to prove that if A = S^2 - (T^2 + T)/2 Then 8A-1 can not be factored into the form B*C...
Nov15-12 07:41 AM
Norwegian
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Is there one? I know A= and A-1= So I know that A and A-1 have the same eigenvalues, I know that this is not...
Nov14-12 04:57 PM
BrainHurts
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Hi, Algebraists: Say V is finite-dimensional over F . Is there more than one way of defining the action of F on...
Nov14-12 04:19 PM
Erland
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Suppose that M and N are natural numbers, such that N>M-1. Prove that N≥M The problem above is a rather minor...
Nov14-12 09:28 AM
Vargo
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Hey! I have a certain problem. Let M ≥ 4 be an even number and consider the set \frac{M}{2}-1]. The problem is to...
Nov13-12 12:36 PM
Constantinos
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I am wondering about the relation betwen RRE forms and identity matrices. Consider the reduced row echelon form of any...
Nov13-12 10:00 AM
Erland
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The Cantor-Schreuder-Berstien theorem states that if there exists a one-to-one function from X to Y and the reverse...
Nov13-12 02:42 AM
micromass
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What is the best way of introducing determinants on a linear algebra course? I want to give real life examples of...
Nov12-12 09:31 PM
mathwonk
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I am trying to understand the quantum algorithm for order finding, but I can't find the proof anywhere. Can anyone...
Nov12-12 08:18 PM
jhendren
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So I've been reading a bit about automorphisms today and I was wondering about something. I'm particularly talking...
Nov12-12 08:12 PM
Zondrina
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the polynomial x^4+8x+12=0 has the Galois group A4. I have all its roots, but can't figure out its splitting field. ...
Nov12-12 06:55 PM
Jim Kata
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Hi, this is not a homework problem, i just have a hard time following the sequence of this In the book , it shows a...
Nov12-12 05:50 PM
mickles
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Hi, I need help in the following demonstration: If (m,n)=d then \Phi(mn)=\frac{d}{\Phi(d)}\Phi(m)\Phi(n) ...
Nov12-12 05:04 PM
PiAreSquared
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I'm trying to understand a process called order finding as I need to know it for Shor's algorithm in quantum...
Nov12-12 03:31 PM
Erland
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Consider θ:Z -> Z is a mapping where θ(n) = n^3 and it's homomorphism under multiplication. In this case, it's not a...
Nov12-12 02:28 PM
Turnyface
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Hello everybody I have to show that this set of vectors a = (e-t, e-it, et, eit ) is linearly independent. My...
Nov12-12 12:08 PM
Vargo
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Hi, All: Let V be a finite-dimensional space, which can be decomposed as: V=Z(+)W . How can we express the...
Nov12-12 11:53 AM
Vargo
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I understand how to find an implicit description if given the span of, say, two vectors. How do I go about finding an...
Nov11-12 11:38 AM
hogrampage
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f(x) will give us the smallest integer m such that y^m \equiv 1 \bmod{x} given that x and y are coprime how would...
Nov11-12 05:30 AM
dodo
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I can't seem to make head or tail of the description of direct and inverse limits of abelian groups in problems 8 and...
Nov10-12 07:47 PM
mathwonk
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How should one prove that the integers form a commutative ring? Im not sure exactly where to go with this and how much...
Nov10-12 03:22 PM
Square1
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My prof uses this all over his notes, and I'm still not 100% sure what he means by it: CB or BB From what...
Nov10-12 02:15 PM
Stephen Tashi
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I was wondering if there are any theorems that specify an exact number of subgroups that a group G has, maybe given...
Nov9-12 02:42 PM
Vargo
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As part of a larger problem involving classifying intertwining operators of two group representations, I came across...
Nov8-12 01:54 PM
Vargo
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Ok, so I understand that a vector space is basically the span of a set of vectors (i.e.) all the possible linear...
Nov8-12 01:51 PM
Vargo
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Hi, I want to whether there is a function (/matrix) such that it can generate a m-dimensional vector such that this...
Nov8-12 08:13 AM
mathwonk
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Very much a beginner in maths and broadening my horizons. I have a series of polynomials that I was hoping to get some...
Nov8-12 04:11 AM
Guffel
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I can't figure out how to simplify the equation E2=m2c4+p2c2 to Emγc2! This is driving me crazy trying to! How do you?
Nov7-12 01:49 PM
micromass
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Consider the system of linear equations (A+D)x=b, where D is a positive semidefinite diagonal matrix. Assume for...
Nov6-12 05:03 PM
JohnSimpson
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Hi i have two questions regarding this definition: "A vector space is a set that is closed under finite vector...
Nov6-12 01:27 PM
christian0710
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Say I have a set of points in 2D space. How would I find a line that maximizes the sum orthogonal projection of the...
Nov6-12 10:08 AM
mfb
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So I want to clarify if what I'm thinking is correct. Suppose we have a mapping f : A → B and we have a in A and b...
Nov5-12 04:21 PM
micromass
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I don't know how to write out matrices nicely on this forum, but suppose you have some matrices: This...
Nov5-12 01:54 PM
micromass
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