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Ann bu 1 Therefore , by Lagrange's expansion

Ann bu 1 Therefore , by Lagrange's expansion

**formula**and Cramer's**formula**for matrix inverses , we have d det ( A + B ) 2 = 0 2 E bijli dz det ( A ) tr ( A 1B ) , where Vis denotes the cofactor of the element dis of the matrix A.Page 1288

( Green's

( Green's

**formula**) Let T be a regular or irregular formal differential operator of order n on the finite closed interval I = [ a , b ] . If t , ge H ” ( I ) , then So ( 19 ) ( 0 ) ( t ) dt = S04 ( 1 ) ( ** g ) ( € ) de + F ( 1,8 ) ...Page 1363

basis for this

basis for this

**formula**is found in Theorem XII.2.10 which asserts that the projection in the resolution of the identity for T corresponding to ( 17 , ) may be calculated from the resolvent by the**formula**1 80E + 0 + 2πι E ( ( 11 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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