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accepted Can all equation systems be reduced to the identity matrix?
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comment Can all equation systems be reduced to the identity matrix?
What implications are there for being unable to reduce it to the identity? (like, the system has no solutions?)
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asked Can all equation systems be reduced to the identity matrix?
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accepted Recurrence relation to calculate the number of strings of $n$ characters that don't have consecutive vowels.
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asked Recurrence relation to calculate the number of strings of $n$ characters that don't have consecutive vowels.
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comment How to get the characteristic equation from a recurrence relation of this form?
@David: Thanks, I didn't know that's how it's called haha. I will take a look at them.
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asked How to get the characteristic equation from a recurrence relation of this form?
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comment Advice for proving with induction scenarios with multiple chances for using the hypothesis.
Thanks. Yeah, I know I asked for this scenario - this was out of curiosity.
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comment Advice for proving with induction scenarios with multiple chances for using the hypothesis.
Hm, I'm not very familiar with that, but it sounds interesting - could you elaborate a bit more?
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comment Advice for proving with induction scenarios with multiple chances for using the hypothesis.
If you were in my situation, looking at these four options, you'd also pick one by one? Well, I guess that's a relief, kinda lol.
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comment Advice for proving with induction scenarios with multiple chances for using the hypothesis.
@HagenvonEitzen: Yes, to choose which of the four terms to replace as my next step.
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asked Advice for proving with induction scenarios with multiple chances for using the hypothesis.
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accepted Finding the explicit formula for the succession $x_0=2, x_{n+1} = 5x_n$ and proving it with induction