|Oct26-12, 05:24 AM||#1|
I was reading over the usage of trace of a matrix and came across that trace is the simplest non-trivial example of an invariant polynomial.
I have few questions:
(a) What is an example of an invariant polynomial?
(b) I learned that the the values of an invariant polynomial is co-ordinate independent. Can you please give me an example?
(c) The det.of a matrix is also an invariant polynomial. How it is so? An example please.
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