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I need help with thris proof.. :)

Say A is a skew-symmetric matrix. Is B=A^2 skew-symmetric, symmetric or neither. Prove your answer.

I know it's symmetric, but I'm having problems with subscriptmanship. Can anyone help me out?

Thanks,

j3n

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I need help with thris proof.. :)

Say A is a skew-symmetric matrix. Is B=A^2 skew-symmetric, symmetric or neither. Prove your answer.

I know it's symmetric, but I'm having problems with subscriptmanship. Can anyone help me out?

Thanks,

j3n

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Here's a starting point:

[tex]A=-A^\top[/tex]

[tex]A=-A^\top[/tex]

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