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 May11 answered A First Course in Linear Algebra Text May7 comment Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations Haha, nice few people recognize the reference. May7 accepted Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations May7 comment Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations Thanks Jon. The only reason why I got stuck was because the simplification threw me off. It was late and I didn't even think to simplify (in fact I thought it was already simplified). Anyway, thanks again. May7 awarded Editor May7 revised Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations deleted 1 characters in body May7 asked Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations May6 comment Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set. Ah I see. Thank you. Also, can you define semi-definite and definite. May6 comment Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set. Hi Austin. I'm a little confused on your terminology. Could you please elaborate from "Letting M...". May6 accepted Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set. May6 comment Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set. Thanks! Just one question, what does the âˆªiCi at the end mean? I'm not sure I understand that notation. May6 asked Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set. May5 accepted A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability. May5 comment A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability. That's one way to say it. May5 asked A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability. May3 accepted Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived? Apr22 comment Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived? I'm truly, really sorry, but I'm not sure if I'm able to follow you. Apr22 awarded Commentator Apr22 comment Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived? I haven't done eigenvectors yet (I do that in about a week in my L.A. course). Is there a way to derive all that without using those concepts? Apr22 asked Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived?