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accepted Approximation to the square root
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comment Show that two matrices with the same eigenvalues are similar
The one step that is a bit confusing, is the last one. You say that $y$ are the basis, but why does that mean they drop out of the equality?
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comment Show that two matrices with the same eigenvalues are similar
Ok, that makes sense, though I think there is a misplaced equals sign when showing that $P$ is non singular
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comment Show that $N(A^T A) \subset N(A)$
$Ab$ is orthogonal to itself which must mean that it equals zero. Is that right?
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asked Show that $N(A^T A) \subset N(A)$
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revised Show that $\phi(B_n(1)) = B_n(r)$
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comment Show that $\phi(B_n(1)) = B_n(r)$
For general $E \subset \mathbb R^n$ phi is defined as $\phi(E) = \lbrace \phi(x)\in \mathbb R^n: x\in E\rbrace$
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asked Show that $\phi(B_n(1)) = B_n(r)$