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Topic: calculus and matrixs
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 Manuel Newton Posts: 1 Registered: 12/8/04
calculus and matrixs
Posted: May 2, 2001 3:46 PM

imagine the next problem:

what kind of field every matrix can be written in the Jordan canonical
form and what is the cuadratic form?

rotation of axes. the general equation of the second degree.

suppose that we make a transformation of coordinates from an xy-
system to an x'y'-system in the follwing way. the origin is kept
fixed, and the x' and y' axes are obtained by rotating the x- and y
axes counterclockwise an amount 'o', .every point p will have
coordinates (x,y) with respect to the original sydtem and coordinates
(x',y') with respect to the new system. we now find the relationship
between (x,y) and x',y'. draw the lines OP, AP, and BP and note that
x= op, y y=AP, x'=OB , Y' =BP.

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