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Would I notate it like:

[tex]x_n=x(d_n)=x(\Lambda_n)=x(E_n)[/tex]

or like:

[tex]x(x_n)=x(d_n)=x(\Lambda_n)=x(E_n)[/tex]

?

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Would I notate it like:

[tex]x_n=x(d_n)=x(\Lambda_n)=x(E_n)[/tex]

or like:

[tex]x(x_n)=x(d_n)=x(\Lambda_n)=x(E_n)[/tex]

?

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Okay... For simplicity's sake, let's say that each [tex]x(y_n)[/tex] value is a distance, in one dimensional space, from a point which I shall call [tex]x_0[/tex]. Would the former or latter equation be correct?

Also... I'm not so sure about matrices or anything like that... I'm only just about to start yr11 at school...

Also... I'm not so sure about matrices or anything like that... I'm only just about to start yr11 at school...

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