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May
8
comment From $\dim A\leq \dim B$, can we conclude that $A\subseteq B $?
Oh how can i be such an ignorant? thanks sir
May
8
comment From $\dim A\leq \dim B$, can we conclude that $A\subseteq B $?
Take spaces A and B of non col linear straight lines passing through origin in $R^2$ though $dim A = dim B$ ,but we cant conclude that A⊆B. They have only one point in common that is zero vector. Am i right sir?
May
8
comment From $\dim A\leq \dim B$, can we conclude that $A\subseteq B $?
Straight lines are of dimension 1 in $R^2$ . It seems as my conclusion is wrong.
May
8
asked From $\dim A\leq \dim B$, can we conclude that $A\subseteq B $?
May
8
comment Proving two results about the spectral radius
@jonas Can you explain sir?
May
8
comment Proving two results about the spectral radius
Can't i apply these theprems on Banach space operators?
May
7
comment Proving two results about the spectral radius
It's general result. My main concern is can we apply these theorems in Banach space as well?
May
7
answered Show that the set of all symmetric, real matrices is a subspace, determine the dimension
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asked Proving two results about the spectral radius