Hi i need some help solving the following problem: What i know: The following does not hold for p=2 since an inverse does not hold. but find it diffecult to show that this holds for primes p> 3. Thanks
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Originally Posted by 1234567 Hi i need some help solving the following problem: What i know: The following does not hold for p=2 since an inverse does not hold. but find it diffecult to show that this holds for primes p> 3. Thanks For a prime we have that and thus it's easy to show that all the square nxn matrices over the field...complete the proof now. Tonio
how would one use all the square nxn matrices over the field, I thought you hav to show 1. 2.
Originally Posted by 1234567 how would one use all the square nxn matrices over the field, I thought you hav to show 1. 2. The second condition is trivial, so , and thus proving what I told you we get Tonio
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