Let V be an n-dimensional complex vector space and let L be a solveable Lie algebra of gl(V) . Then there is a basis of V in which every element of L is represented by an upper triangular matrix.

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- December 22nd 2011, 08:30 AMvernalwho can proof the lie's theorem?
Let V be an n-dimensional complex vector space and let L be a solveable Lie algebra of gl(V) . Then there is a basis of V in which every element of L is represented by an upper triangular matrix.

- December 28th 2011, 01:40 AMDrexel28Re: who can proof the lie's theorem?
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- December 28th 2011, 08:26 AMvernalRe: who can proof the lie's theorem?