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(Complex Variable) Determine for which values of a and b you can assure that the following integrals converge:
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Determinant question.
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A little question about Jordan Canonical Form
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Two Linear Algebra exercises
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Finding a closed form for a matrix power.
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I need help to diagonalize this matrix.
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Norm of the sum of two vectors.
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I want to find a linear transformation.
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Proof, if A is a unitary matrix, then det(A)=1
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A little question about orthonormal basis.
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A little question about change of bases.
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Find a real number t, and two polynomials F(X) and G(X) in Z[X] (integer polynomials ring) such that: F(t)=2^(1/2) G(t)=3^(1/2) I have seen …
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Find a real number t, and two polynomials F(X) and G(X) in Z[X] (integer polynomials ring) such that:
F(t)=2^(1/2)
G(t)=3^(1/2)
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Calculus Gradient problem
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Probability and Statistics question.
Anyone knows a proof of this or at least a book with a proof of this?
(Second post in LaTeX)
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Given
A=integrate from 0 to 1 e^(t^2) dt
B=integrate from 0 to 1/2 e^(t^2) dt…
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