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Math 321
Mar. 1. By Lei Li
1.12
1. b). 2 or 2 unit is rad/s
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a). cos(/3) = 1/2. cos(/6) = 3/2, 0 Thus e 1 has components [1/2, 3/2, 0]T with
respect to old basis.
b). [ 6/4, 2/4, 2/2]T
c). Use cross product: [ 6/4, 2/4, 2/
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Hw 7
Math 321
2.3
1. Suppose Q is an orthogonal matrix with size n n, prove that detQ is either 1 or 1.
2. Suppose A is 3 3 matrix. Aij = 0 if i > j . Show that detA is product of the elements
on the diagonal using both the denition det(A) = ijk Ai1 Aj 2
Part of Hints for Hw 3
Math 321
Mar. 1. By Lei Li
2.3
1. QQT = I , so det(QQT ) = detI = 1 and then detQ detQT = (detQ)2 = 1. detQ = 1 or
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Hw 6
Math 321
1.12
1. a). Convince yourself that Poisson vector has nothing to do with the motion of the
center of the mass. Its only related to the motion about the center of mass.
b). Consider a ball is rotating about x-axis and its center is xed at the
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Elements of Complex Calculus
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Basics of Series and Complex Numbers
Algebra of Complex numbers
A complex number z = x + iy is composed of a real part (z) = x and an imaginary part (z) = y, both of which are real numbers, x, y