Asymmetric tensor

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PeterDonis
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Is this a homework problem? If so, it should go in the appropriate homework forum, and the homework template should be filled out.

Also, formulas should not be pasted in as images; they should be done using the PF LaTeX feature. Otherwise it's impossible for people to quote your formulas properly when responding.
 
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No, this is not a homework, I just learn by myself. thank you for your suggestion.
 
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If you generated your equations using LaTeX, simply enclose the code for each equation between $$ delimiters on each side (for standalone equations) or ## delimiters (for "inline" equations, embedded inside a paragraph).
 
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We also don't know how to calculate the term, because you don't give us what this omega is. Because omega is antisymmetric, the summation however simplifies, because only ##\frac{1}{2}D(D-1)## components of it are independent.
 
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To answer the original question, you have to tell us what you want to achieve. I don't understand what you mean by "how to calculate it". It's just the expression you wrote down, what else should it be?
 

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