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## Homework Statement

Laplacian of the function V(x,t)=-1/2* x' D x + h' *x + D

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

is equals D.

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Laplacian of the function V(x,t)=-1/2* x' D x + h' *x + D

is equals D.

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Edit: Note that I am assuming your x is a vector and x' its transpose. You really have not made this point clear in your post.

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x is a vector D is a matrix which depends on time h is a vector which depends on time Z is also a vector depends on time

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D is a square matrix..

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Jeffrey Eiyike said:## Homework Statement

Laplacian of the function V(x,t)=-1/2* x' D x + h' *x + D

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

is equals D.

PF rules require you to show your work. What is preventing you from just going ahead and actually computing the Laplacian?

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