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For the transposition (i j)(k), this is what I have in my notes: (i j)(k) = k if k is not equal to i or j (i j)(k)...
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Page 5 in this link: I couldn't really understand...
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hi , this result is from text , Abstract Algebra by Dummit and foote . page 120 the result says , if G is a...
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Hello, it is known that "Every regular G-action is isomorphic to the action of G on G given by left...
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I am currently looking at a number sequence to solve a puzzle. I have identified the following with the sequence: ...
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Let y=Ax. A is a matrix n by m and m>n. Also, x gets its values from a finite alphabet. How can i show if the mapping...
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If you consider a bounded linear operator between two Hausdorff topological vector spaces, isn't the kernel *always*...
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My book goes on to say: "If we consider both C^n and C^m with norms, then we define the norm of an M x N matrix A...
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hi, I understand how to do the rotation equation A = A*v = y ] xsinθ + ycosθ ] A*v = ...
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Let's say I have a vector (4+2i, 1-i), how do I take an L2 norm? Dont tell me I simply do sqrt(16+4+1+1)..?
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Greetings. I am new to the forums. I will try and keep this short. Linear Independence vs Linear Dependence....
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Hi. I'm trying to determine the CFL condition for the fourth-order leapfrog scheme. I'm finding 2 as what's...
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When the book says "Members of ] are linear combinations of linear combinations of members of S". basically means the...
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Hi, I'm learning about vector spaces and I would like to ask some questions about it. Suppose I have a vector space...
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Hello, :) I would like to minimize and find the zeros of the function F(S,P)=trace(S-SP’(A+ PSP’)^-1PS) in respect...
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hey guys so i am well familiar with finding out rank of square matrices but if matrix is just a row or column vector...
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a = xyz b = xy+xz+yz c = x + y + z How do you solve x, y, and z?
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In the book it states that the span of the empty set is the trivial set because a linear combination of no vectors is...
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The question is which sets of natural numbers are closed under addition. I know that odd is not, and I know how to...
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Hi all. I have a question about the properties of the generators of the SO(N) group. What kind of commutation...
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From my textbook: A free R-module is "A left R-module F is called a free left R-module if F is isomorphic to a...
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Hi all, I searched all other threads but was unable to find something useful. Here is my question: I am looking...
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Prove the Generalized Associative Law for Groups (i.e. a finite sum of elements can be bracketed in any way). The...
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A Theorem in our textbook says... If R is a PID, then every finitely generated torision R-module M is a direct sum...
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Dear Friends & Colleagues, I have a couple of nagging issues with mathematics I was hoping any one of you would...
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Following is a list of 39 Mersenne numbers. Some are prime and some are not. These are generated with x =(...
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hey guys given Ax=B where A is a square matrix and x and B are vectors, can anyone tell me why a singular matrix...
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I was thinking about the following proposition that I think should be true, but I can't pove: Suppose that F is a...
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Hi, For any odd composite 'N', let u = (N-1)/2, v = u+1, then u^2(mod p) = v^2(mod p) if and only if 'p' is a...
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My textbook says that... If M is a left R-module, then a submodule N of an additive subgoup N of M closed...
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I'm unable to understand this generalization of vectors from a quality having a magnitude and direction, to the more...
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In this video: At the time 2:10, I don't understand why we have to...
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Perhaps forum members can advance science by solving this optimization problem from The Protein Engineer ...
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I don't know if this is the correct section to post this, but does Galois theory has any applications in physics?
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Pretty much what the title says. Suppose we have a topological vector space $(X,\tau)$ and $U\subseteq X$ is...
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Hi all, I have been asked the question by a friend of mine who was working on a computer algorithm where he needed...
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Hello all, I am new to this forum but am glad I found it, I have a quick question about condition numbers and order...
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Hi guys, first post! I'm doing some side work on coupled oscillating systems, and I've almost found a procedure to...
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