MarcLeclair
Name:
Marc Leclair
School:
Vanier College, Montreal
About:
Hey I live in Quebec and I am in what is known as Cegep, we don't have any special orientation (like biology or engineering). However, we are concentrated in more general area, and mine is just Pure and Applied science. It is at university level after a year and it lasts for 2 years! Sucks huh? :P
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How to transform a Bromocyclohexane to CH(O)CH2CH2CH2CH2C(O)H
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why would the following solution space have no basis:
2x_1+x_2+3x_3=0
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why would the following solution space have no basis:
2x_1+x_2+3x_3=0
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why would the following solution space have no basis:
2x_1+x_2+3x_3=0
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why would the following solution space have no basis:
2x_1+x_2+3x_3=0
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Why would the following solution space have no basis:
2x_1+x_2+3x_3=0
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why isn't these two sets not basis for the indicated vector spaces:
1) p_1=1+x+x^2, p_2=x-1 for P_2
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Linear indepedence question:
Would a second degree polynomial be considered in r3 or r2? and can the following theorem apply to polynomia…
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would a second degree polynomial be considered to be in r3 or r2?
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
updated one month ago
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
updated one month ago
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
updated one month ago
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et of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
k(x,y,z)=(k^2,k^y,k^z)
axiom 8 d…
updated one month ago
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Question about vector space:
set of all triples of real numbers with standard vector addition but with scalar multiplication defined by
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Write the vector u=(2,3,-1) as the sum of two vectors, one parallel to v=(1,0,-3) and the other orthogonal to v=(1,0,-3)
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Prove ||u+v||^2 + ||u-v||^2=2||u||^2+2||v||^2
anybody got an idea where I can start? I can't seem to remember the property I can use to …
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A 2x2 matrix A can be row-reduced to I by the following 4 elementary row operations ( in order)
1) R1 <-> R2
2) R2 --> (1/2) R2
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How can I make methanol fermaldehyde
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Why is the following system inconsistent?
t-s=1
t-s=2
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Vector subspace question!!
http://i.imgur.com/CXznr5g.png
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Two motors travel in a opposite direction. Motor 1 travels to the right at a speed of 80km/h and motor 2 travels to the left at a speed of 2…
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Why do Maleic Acid and Fumeric Acid differ so much in physical properties? How can one explain it in term of intramolecular forces and inter…
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