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Oct
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accepted How to prove that handedness of the coordinate system does not change for S(pecial) linear transformations
Oct
25
comment Is there a binary spigot algorithm for log(23) or log(89)?
I'm wondering why I got notified without @. Anyhow, regarding the above comment, what has your reputation got to do with it?
Oct
21
asked How to prove that handedness of the coordinate system does not change for S(pecial) linear transformations
Oct
18
revised Subgroups of $S_4$ isomorphic to $S_3$ and $S_2$?
put in mathjax delimiters and edited in some TeX
Oct
18
suggested approved edit on Subgroups of $S_4$ isomorphic to $S_3$ and $S_2$?
Oct
18
comment Calculating the matrix
hmm... going over wikipeidia, there's another method.. to use $ e^{A}Be^{-A}=B+[A,B]+\frac{1}{2!}[A,[A,B]]+\frac{1}{3!}[A,[A,[A,B]]]+\cdots $
Oct
18
accepted Calculating the matrix
Oct
18
asked Calculating the matrix
Oct
15
answered Copy LaTex equations from Mathematica to Word directly?
Oct
14
comment Elementary question in partial differentiation
@Tyler Yes (hindi). As I wrote in chat an hour ago, it is a close approximation of my progress in mathematics.
Oct
14
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Oct
11
comment Understanding direct sum of matrices
Thanks. Very Helpful.
Oct
11
revised Elementary question in partial differentiation
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Oct
11
accepted Elementary question in partial differentiation
Oct
10
asked Elementary question in partial differentiation
Oct
4
comment Understanding direct sum of matrices
I do not have enough rep to make a less than 6 character edit. Could you adjust the parentheses to $A\mathbf{v}=(f(\mathbf{v}),g(\mathbf{v}))$, $B\mathbf{w}=(h(\mathbf{w}),k(\mathbf{w}))$ $A\mathbf{v}=(f(\mathbf{v}),g(\mathbf{v}))$, $B\mathbf{w}=(h(\mathbf{w}),k(\mathbf{w}))$ in the last line of third paragraph.
Oct
4
comment Understanding direct sum of matrices
by swapping linear transformation, do you mean rearranging the rows? I did not understand the complete statement, it is a direct sum, then a rearrangement of rows, then a multiplication by what?
Oct
4
revised Understanding direct sum of matrices
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Oct
4
comment Understanding direct sum of matrices
@Srivastan For the Source click the given link, click the amazon "Look Inside" feature, click on "first pages", check problem 3.
Oct
4
revised Understanding direct sum of matrices
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