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Find T 2 L.C3/ such that 6 and 7 are eigenvalues of T and such that Tdoes not have a

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Find T 2 L.C3/ such that 6 and 7 are eigenvalues of T and such that Tdoes not have a diagonal matrix with respect to any basis of C3.

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Calc III Lec Day _ 10/_/16 Ch. 13.5 Directional Derivatives 1. The derivative of a function, f(x,y), in the direction of unit vector u =(a1,a2) is equal to the product of the partial derivatives of f with the components of u a. 2. This can be extended to functions of more variables by the addition of the products of the additional partial derivatives and unit vector components Calc III Lec Day _ 10/_/16 Ch. 13.6 The Gradient 1. The gradient of a function f is defined as the partial derivatives of f multiplied by their corresponding axial unit vector a. 2. The directional derivative can be written as the dot product of the gradient and the directional unit vector a. b. If compu

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Textbook: Linear Algebra Done Right (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics)
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ISBN: 9783319110790

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