Louis
Reputation
Top tag
Next privilege 250 Rep.
 Dec 9 awarded Notable Question Nov 25 awarded Popular Question Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jul 2 awarded Curious Mar 25 awarded Popular Question Jun 23 awarded Informed Dec 12 comment Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ Thank you for helping set it up in my head properly. Dec 12 comment Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ Thank you, I believe the book made a typo. Dec 12 accepted Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ Dec 12 revised Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ added 71 characters in body Dec 12 awarded Commentator Dec 12 comment Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ This is homework, but we don't actually submit anything. Dec 12 asked Are all vectors of the form $(a, b, c)$, where $b = a + c$, subspaces of $R^3$ Mar 20 comment How to calculate $(k^x)^{-1} \pmod m$ Haha, duly noted. I have no idea why you chose 1001. Is there an another way to solve this without knowing about congruence arithmetic? Mar 20 comment How to calculate $(k^x)^{-1} \pmod m$ Okay, I will try to think about what you said. Is the reason why $k^{x}$ became 12 also explained in your comment? Mar 20 asked How to calculate $(k^x)^{-1} \pmod m$ Jan 9 accepted What's a good method to solve for scalars in a vector equality? Jan 9 comment What's a good method to solve for scalars in a vector equality? Thanks, I see it now. Jan 9 asked What's a good method to solve for scalars in a vector equality? Sep 16 accepted What is the language of this DFA?