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answered A First Course in Linear Algebra Text
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comment Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations
Haha, nice few people recognize the reference.
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accepted Series Solution Near Ordinary Points for Second Order Differential Equations
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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.
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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.
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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...".
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accepted Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set.
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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 ∪iCi at the end mean? I'm not sure I understand that notation.
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asked Prove that you can form at most $n$ same sized intersections of $m$ subsets of an $n$ element set.
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accepted A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability.
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comment A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability.
That's one way to say it.
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asked A game: Fibonacci sequences and probability.
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accepted Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived?
Apr
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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.
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Apr
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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?
Apr
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asked Using linear algebra, how is the Binet formula (for finding the nth Fibonacci number) derived?