Kernel of differentiation and integration

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hi,
i got a algebra question regarding kernel

1.what is the kernel of intergration operator:
T(p)= p'(x)?

2. what is the kernel of differentiation operator :

T(p) = integration of p(x) from -1 to 1



thanks
 

Hurkyl

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Sounds like homework.

Have you done anything at all on these problems?
 

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madking153 said:
hi,
i got a algebra question regarding kernel

1.what is the kernel of intergration operator:
T(p)= p'(x)?

2. what is the kernel of differentiation operator :

T(p) = integration of p(x) from -1 to 1



thanks
You shouldn't even be attempting problems like these if you know nothing whatever about calculus- like which of these problems involves differentiation and which integration.

What is the definition of "kernel"?
 

Hurkyl

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I assume (hope?) that was just a typo. :tongue2:
 
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nevermind - i think i konw the answer
 
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i asking a question but u ask me back ???!!!
 

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