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A method of computing the determinant of a square matrix due to Charles Dodgson (1866) (who is more famous under his pseudonym Lewis Carroll). The method is useful for hand ...

A distribution which arises in the study of integer spin particles in physics, P(k)=(k^s)/(e^(k-mu)-1). (1) Its integral is given by int_0^infty(k^sdk)/(e^(k-mu)-1) = ...

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**condensation**is a method for evaluating an n×n determinant in terms of (n-1)×(n-1) determinants. It also leads to some remarkable determinant identities (Eves ...Let {a_n} be a series of positive terms with a_(n+1)<=a_n. Then sum_(n=1)^(infty)a_n converges iff sum_(k=0)^infty2^ka_(2^k) converges.

**Einstein**summation is a notational convention for simplifying expressions including summations of vectors, matrices, and general tensors. There are essentially three rules of ...

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**Einstein**field equations are the 16 coupled hyperbolic-elliptic nonlinear partial differential equations that describe the gravitational effects produced by a given mass ...The functions E_1(x) = (x^2e^x)/((e^x-1)^2) (1) E_2(x) = x/(e^x-1) (2) E_3(x) = ln(1-e^(-x)) (3) E_4(x) = x/(e^x-1)-ln(1-e^(-x)). (4) E_1(x) has an inflection point at (5) ...

G_(ab)=R_(ab)-1/2Rg_(ab), where R_(ab) is the Ricci curvature tensor, R is the scalar curvature, and g_(ab) is the metric tensor. (Wald 1984, pp. 40-41). It satisfies ...

Euler conjectured that there do not exist Euler squares of order n=4k+2 for k=1, 2, .... In fact, MacNeish (1921-1922) published a purported proof of this conjecture (Bruck ...

The product C of two matrices A and B is defined as c_(ik)=a_(ij)b_(jk), (1) where j is summed over for all possible values of i and k and the notation above uses the ...

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