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comment Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
Yes. The one you linked here :-)
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comment Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
Eq. (7) looks so interesting! I enjoyed reading your argument in another post where you answered to that question.
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comment Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
Thanks for your concise answer!
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accepted Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
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comment How does the solution of ODE $y'=F(t,y)$ extend to an open interval?
Thanks for a clear answer!
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accepted How does the solution of ODE $y'=F(t,y)$ extend to an open interval?
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revised How does the solution of ODE $y'=F(t,y)$ extend to an open interval?
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comment How does the solution of ODE $y'=F(t,y)$ extend to an open interval?
I'm sorry, but I can't figure out how to use the definition to solve this problem.
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asked How does the solution of ODE $y'=F(t,y)$ extend to an open interval?
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comment Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
That makes sense! Thanks for your answer.
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revised Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
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asked Why does $D \det(I)B=\frac{d}{d t}\det(I+t B)|_{t=0}$ hold?
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asked How to verify F-relatedness?
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comment Are $\mathbb{CP}^{n}$ and $\mathbb{RP}^{2n}$ diffeomorphic?
Thanks for your answer. I had a terrible misunderstanding.
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asked Are $\mathbb{CP}^{n}$ and $\mathbb{RP}^{2n}$ diffeomorphic?
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comment What does $]-\pi, \pi[$ mean
Thanks for the link. Now I will close the post.
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comment What does $]-\pi, \pi[$ mean
Thanks for clarification! It was really hard for me to find duplicate post, so I decided to ask.
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asked What does $]-\pi, \pi[$ mean
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accepted For a given natural number $s$, are there infinitely many primes with form $2st+1,t\in\mathbb{N}$?