|Apr19-05, 07:01 PM||#1|
Hi everyone- any help would be great!!
For each integer n>= 2, there exists a vector space V and a linear
operator T : L(V ) such that V has exactly n T- invariant subspaces.
I think it is true but i do not know how to prove it...
|Apr19-05, 09:25 PM||#2|
try it for n=2. what have you got?
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