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asked Characteristic of a pseudo-upper-triangular matrix.
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comment Does $\sum_{n=2}^\infty \frac{n^2-4}{(n-1)^2(n+3)^2} $ converge?
@Did: Wait, nvm. I see what you're saying.... I can't edit it I will just delete it.
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accepted What can the operator $T$ be?
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comment What can the operator $T$ be?
This would imply that $T = P^{-1}DP$ for some diagonal matrix $D$. But the eigenvalues as I have shown must be $0$ so $D = 0$ hence $T = P^{-1}0P = 0$ so $T = 0$. Thanks.
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asked What can the operator $T$ be?
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comment Is there any relatively quick way to diagonalize this matrix with an orthogonal matrix?
Yeah, sorry. I calculated the eigenvalues twice in my notebook and copied the wrong ones down.
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comment Investigation Problem to challenge mathematical reasoning
I don't know how "original" you need to be but this MO post mathoverflow.net/questions/48771/… seems to be related. Some of the proofs are a little above Calc 2, but you may be able to understand the first example: Euler's (not Euclid's) proof that their are infinitely primes.
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accepted Is there any relatively quick way to diagonalize this matrix with an orthogonal matrix?
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comment Is there any relatively quick way to diagonalize this matrix with an orthogonal matrix?
I learned orthogonal as $A\cdot A^{T} = I_n$ and I wasn't really aware of the orthonormality that needed preservation. Normalizing each vector gives an identity matrix. Thanks!
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asked Is there any relatively quick way to diagonalize this matrix with an orthogonal matrix?
May
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suggested rejected edit on Determine the derivative $\frac{dy}{dx}$ of the integral
May
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answered An induction problem that I can't think of an approach.
May
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comment Showing $A+B$ is invertible?
Thanks. I guess I should have kept trying... At least I was on the right track after all. :)
May
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accepted Showing $A+B$ is invertible?
May
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asked Showing $A+B$ is invertible?
Apr
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suggested rejected edit on Prime number theory.
Apr
28
revised Prove that the product of two invertible matrices also invertible
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Apr
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Apr
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suggested approved edit on Prove that the product of two invertible matrices also invertible
Apr
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revised The area of trapezium is given by $A=(a^2-x^2)(x+a)$. Find x for the area to be a maximum and find A max.
fixed latex, also this is not abstract algebra.