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    schur theorem

    Show that the representation of T with respect to the basis {x1,x2,x3, xn} where xiSi (1< i < n) is an upper triangular matrix while with respect to
    S'={xn,xn-1, x1}, it is lower-triangular (Schur's theorem).
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    Re: schur theorem

    Quote Originally Posted by bernoli View Post
    Show that the representation of T with respect to the basis {x1,x2,x3, xn} where xiSi (1< i < n) is an upper triangular matrix while with respect to
    S'={xn,xn-1, x1}, it is lower-triangular (Schur's theorem).
    What have you been able to do on this problem so far?

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