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 Apr6 awarded Popular Question Aug26 awarded Popular Question Jul2 awarded Curious May11 comment Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder Great! Thank you! May11 accepted Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder May11 revised Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder edited tags May11 revised Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder added 5 characters in body May11 comment Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder @Jeb: No, I have solved this. It is $\phi$ dependent. May11 asked Helmholtz equation in Laplace equation of cylinder Feb2 accepted Prove that $g_1=2\sin(x)+\cos(x)$, $g_2=3\cos(x)$ is a basis in $V$ Feb2 comment Prove that $g_1=2\sin(x)+\cos(x)$, $g_2=3\cos(x)$ is a basis in $V$ Thank you! I was onto that type of comparison, but I was not sure if that completed the proof. Feb2 asked Prove that $g_1=2\sin(x)+\cos(x)$, $g_2=3\cos(x)$ is a basis in $V$ Feb1 accepted Decide a subspace Feb1 comment Decide a subspace Thank you Paul, that made it! Feb1 revised Decide a subspace added 8 characters in body Feb1 comment Decide a subspace Thanks Paul. But how do you think when you set up the span{${x, x^2, x^3}$}? Because to me I cannot find a good way to think when I am supposed to find a base in this case. Feb1 asked Decide a subspace Jan28 accepted Check if a matrix is a linear combination Jan28 comment Check if a matrix is a linear combination Thank you, that clears it up. Jan28 comment Check if a matrix is a linear combination However, it seems pretty obvious that it is so when I look at @AnonSubmitter85's answer below.