#math - Sun 1 Apr 2007 between 21:26 and 21:49

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thermoplyaeYes, unless you mean the conjugate transpose, in which case you... transpose
babonk4*(4^x - 1)/3 + 1 happens to be all the numbers that get you to the 2^x's after (3x+1)/2
MrKeunerthermoplyae: so if a non imaginary matrix A is hermitian if it is equal to A^T
TRWBWMrKeuner: you might mean conjugate transpose if you are talking about hermition matrix. that's just its transpose for a real matrix
thermoplyaeRight, if it's self-adjoint
MrKeunerbeing self-adjoint == being symmetric?
thermoplyaeFor real-valued matrices, yes
TRWBWMrKeuner: you need the conjugation with complex numbers so that dot product ends up be a real number, using conjugate transpose follows from that.
Anilhi maks
__mikemWho just got banned?
Anilwell, a troll.
ihopeHere's an interesting symbol:
FatalErroraleph?
maksHi Anil :)
medflyN for someone with my eyesight.. ;)
FatalError;P
ihopeThat's the symbol for the natural numbers.
Dreadshootwhat symbol?
FatalErrornot usually
action__mikem is reading the book, "An Imaginary Tale, the story of the square root of -1"
__mikemis reading the book, "An Imaginary Tale, the story of the square root of -1"
ihopeActually, it's a DOUBLE-STRUCK CAPITAL N.
FatalErrorusually it's the "blackboard style" N
ihope__mikem: I have that!
FatalError\mathbb{N} ;)
ihopeAt least, I think I do.
FatalErrorbut here the "N" you printed showed as an Aleph
(a hebrew letter)
ihopeYou sure it's an aleph?
FatalErrorit's what it showed up as here
ihopeWhat about this:
thermoplyaeHere's something for you guys to chew on: http://www.mathbin.net/9662
FatalErrorihope, I wouldn't count on our IRC clients all using the same character set anyway
thermoplyaeSomeone on here showed yesterday that it tended to zero, but I'm not convinced (mostly because I didn't understand)
ihopeYes, I know.
Dreadshootnvm
Manyfoldthermoplyae: sum_i n choose i =2 ^n
Kampenthat showed up as aleph for me too ihope
the first one showed up as the blackboard bold for naturals
thermoplyaeYeah, I agree that it's bounded from above by 1

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