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# Advanced Mathematics

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The Jason Society: I found the dual basis for each of the following bases for R^3: (a) {(1,0,0),(0,1,0),(0,0,1)}, (b) {(1,-2,3),(1,-1,1),(2,-4,7)}. -Mark R. Rowe
I computed the quadratic form of the polynomial, 2(x1)^(2) + 10x1x2 + 2(x2)^2 And then in the next series of steps, (I took) I determined whether or not matrix A (represents the given polynomial) is "positive definitive" or not positive definitive. This is photo 1 of 4 photos. -Mark R. Rowe http://illuminati1.us/ #MarkRoweBlog #jj #roths #computing #ComputingQuadraticForms #advancedLinearAlgebra #advancedEngineering #advancedPhysics #computeralgebrasystems #mathModeling #fortran #matlab #p
I computed the quadratic form of the polynomial, 2(x1)^(2) + 10x1x2 + 2(x2)^2 And then in the next series of steps, (I took) I determined whether or not matrix A (represents the given polynomial) is "positive definitive" or not positive definitive. This is photo 2 of 4 photos. -Mark R. Rowe http://illuminati1.us/ #MarkRoweBlog #jj #roths #computing #ComputingQuadraticForms #advancedLinearAlgebra #advancedEngineering #advancedPhysics #computeralgebrasystems #mathModeling #fortran #matlab #p
I computed the quadratic form of the polynomial, 2(x1)^(2) + 10x1x2 + 2(x2)^2 And then in the next series of steps, (I took) I determined whether or not matrix A (represents the given polynomial) is "positive definitive" or not positive definitive. This is photo 3 of 4 photos. -Mark R. Rowe http://illuminati1.us/ #MarkRoweBlog #jj #roths #computing #ComputingQuadraticForms #advancedLinearAlgebra #advancedEngineering #advancedPhysics #computeralgebrasystems #mathModeling #fortran #matlab #p
I computed the quadratic form of the polynomial, 2(x1)^(2) + 10x1x2 + 2(x2)^2 And then in the next series of steps, (I took) I determined whether or not matrix A (represents the given polynomial) is "positive definitive" or not positive definitive. This is photo 4 of 4 photos. -Mark R. Rowe http://illuminati1.us/ #MarkRoweBlog #jj #roths #computing #ComputingQuadraticForms #advancedLinearAlgebra #advancedEngineering #advancedPhysics #computeralgebrasystems #mathModeling #fortran #matlab #p
-Mark R. Rowe | #MarkRoweBlog | http://illuminati1.us/