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Poisson's Identity

  1. Aug 30, 2007 #1
    plz help me to solve this identity

    [tex]((\phi\lambda)\chi)+((\lambda\chi)\phi)+((\chi\phi)\lambda)=0[/tex]


    where () = poisson bracket

    [tex]\phi=\phi(t,q_{i},p_{i})[/tex]
    [tex]\chi=\chi(t,q_{i},p_{i})[/tex]
    [tex]\lambda=\lambda(t,q_{i},p_{i})[/tex]
    for i=1,2,........,n
     
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  3. Aug 30, 2007 #2

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    This is a very lengthy proof. For the beginning what is [itex] \left [\phi,\lambda]_{PB} [/itex] eual to ?
     
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