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Brooks' Theorem (guest) 18 Feb 2018 00:39

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There's a typo in the third subsection of the Theorem 1: "can can"

I suggest to clarify the Theorem 1 proof, especially the inductive step which is a little messy

Thanks in advance for your work!

Mik

Max Jerry 10 Feb 2018 01:57

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There is an error, it should say F^2, not F^3.

in the first subsection Vector Subspace Sums

… For example, consider the subspaces U1={(x,0):x∈F} and U2={(0,y):y∈F} of *F3*. We denote the sum of these subspaces U1+U2={(x,0)+(0,y):x,y,∈F}={(x,y):x,y∈F}, which is also a subspace of *F3*. <—— These should be F^2.

Abdu Magdy (guest) 28 Jan 2018 18:00

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Sequences and Series of Complex Numbers:

In the example of the convergence of the sequence {[(2+1)i]/[n+1]}, you said "We claim that this series converges to 0" while it's supposed to converge to (2+i).

Matthew (guest) 18 Jan 2018 01:00

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Page: "The Invertibility of a Matrix"

Part of the proof for the A^-1 formula (namely (5)), it should be (ad-bc)/(ad-bc)=1, not (-cd+ab)/(ad-bc)=1

Ulrik (guest) 16 Jan 2018 15:55

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It appears that Z+ and R+ have been mixed up in section "Equality of Sets" on page "Set Notation"

Au79en 07 Jan 2018 11:30

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There's a typo in the article titled Lagrange's Identity. The words "righthand" and "lefthand" should be switched in the proof.

sudoankit 12 Dec 2017 12:20

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There's a typo while calculating ||r'(t)||, that is the magnitude of the tangent vector. You have written,

(1)\begin{align} \| \vec{r'}(t) \| = \sqrt{R^2 \sin ^2 t + R^2 \cos ^2 t} = \sqrt{R^2} = R^2 \end{align}

It should be $\sqrt{R^2} = R$

obviously.

About the Theorem 2 on the page "the-curvature-of-straight-lines-and-circles" by sudoankit, 12 Dec 2017 12:20

Meh (guest) 05 Dec 2017 14:52

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On the tietze-transformations page, in the example, the last line deletes the variable a, which changes the group. Instead I think the variable z should have been added first, with z=a.

Chaaben (guest) 29 Nov 2017 14:37

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Hi,

on the page: Properties of Adjoints of Linear Maps

Proposition 3: Proof: We note that <(T*)*(v),w> = <v,(T*)*(w)>

I think it should be: <(T*)(v),w> = <v,(T*)*(w)>

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Hi,

on the page: Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Examples 1

In the Example 3, the converse direction of the proof: … Since[[ T^{-1}$ is also …

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Chaaben (guest) 27 Nov 2017 19:12

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Hi,

on the page: Linear Maps

An equivalent definition … T(u+v) + T(u) + T(v) (Additivity)

I think it should be, T(u+v) = T(u) + T(v) (Additivity)

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Chaaben (guest) 27 Nov 2017 15:45

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Hi,

on the page: Range of a Linear Map

Proof of Lemma 2, the fifth point: From Lemma 1, we have that 0W = range(T).

I think it should be, 0W ∈ range(T).

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Chaaben (guest) 27 Nov 2017 14:01

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Hi,

on the page: Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Examples 3

In Example 1: 3y = λ(λy

2)

I think it should be 3y = λ(λy)/2

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Chaaben (guest) 26 Nov 2017 10:31

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Hi,

on the page: Injective, Surjective, and Bijective Functions

At the bottom of the page: In the examples from earlier, we see that f is both injective and surjective, so g is bijective.

I think it should be, f is bijective.

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Chaaben (guest) 25 Nov 2017 13:35

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Hi,

on the page: Self-Adjoint Linear Operators

The example T(x,y)=(2x+3y,3x+2y): Note that T(1,0)=(2,3) and T(0,1)=(3,0).

So T(0,1) should be equal to (3,2).

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