Recall that . Set on both sides! You should just get . The factor could come into the picture if somehow you had defined but that is certainly not standard. The answer is just .
Recall that . Set on both sides! You should just get . The factor could come into the picture if somehow you had defined but that is certainly not standard. The answer is just .
EDIT: Another source told me that the term is equal to the characteristic polynomial, so that should help in solving the problem.
Last edited by Runty; Feb 26th 2010 at 10:39 AM.
Reason: Another source helped