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revised There exists a homomorphism $f : G \to H$ with $|G| = 20$ and $|im f | = 6$
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revised The shortest distance problem by using Gram-Schmidt Process
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revised How to simplify $\sum_{r=1}^{y} \binom{x-1}{r}\binom{y-1}{r}$?
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revised Is $\gcd(2^{2n}+1, 3)=1$?
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revised $a^2 = 2b^3 = 3c^5$ Find the smallest value of $abc$.
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comment Extreme points of the unit balls of $l^\infty, C([0,1])$
Some other related posts: Why is there no space whose dual is $C_{\mathbb R}[0,1]$? and Is $C([0,1])$ for $\mathbb{C}$ dual to any Banach Space?
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comment Extreme points of the unit balls of $l^\infty, C([0,1])$
Related question to the last part: Extreme points of unit ball of Banach spaces $\ell_1$, $c_0$, $\ell_\infty$
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revised Extreme points of unit ball of Banach spaces $\ell_1$, $c_0$, $\ell_\infty$
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answered Getting perpendicular distance by Gram Schmidt Process
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comment Abstract Linear Algebra Inner Product
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comment Abstract Linear Algebra Inner Product
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revised Getting perpendicular distance by Gram Schmidt Process
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comment How to show $\int_{x_0-\delta}^{x_0+\delta} g(x) > 0$ if $g(x_0)>0$?
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comment How to show $\int_{x_0-\delta}^{x_0+\delta} g(x) > 0$ if $g(x_0)>0$?
A more natural hint would be (in my opinion) to find function $f$ such that $f(x)\le g(x)$ on $[x_0-\delta,x_0+\delta]$. (The post suggest looking for a function where this inequality is fulfilled on the whole interval $[0,1]$.)
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revised How to show $\int_{x_0-\delta}^{x_0+\delta} g(x) > 0$ if $g(x_0)>0$?
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revised How to show $\int_{x_0-\delta}^{x_0+\delta} g(x) > 0$ if $g(x_0)>0$?
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comment How do you diagonalize this matrix and find P and D such that A = PDP^-1?
Note that similar matrices have the same trace. Therefore it cannot be A. And you also know that, if there exists a diagonal matrix, then the sum of diagonal elements must be $-11$ and only numbers $-4$ and $-3$ are allowed on diagonal. (In B and C you are given matrices which are not diagonal. So if you know that one of the possibilities A, B, C, D must be correct, only D remains. Given the wording of the question, I would expect also E: There do not exist such P and D.)
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revised Calculate a determinant.
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comment Abstract Linear Algebra Inner Product
The vectors $\vec v_i$ do not have lenght equal to !, so you need to modify them a bit. Also, you should put these vectors in rows, since you want $\vec u$ to be the first row. Notice that you still will need do some minor changes if one of the vectors $\vec v_1,\dots,\vec v_{n-1}$ is zero, i.e., if the given vector $\vec u$ contains two consecutive zeroes.