This is probably easier than I think it looks but..im stumped...

Here goes

A is an n x n orthoganal matrix...show that a^t(transpose of a) is also orthoganal

Thanks in advance

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- May 9th 2008, 01:53 AMderagon999matrix orthogonal
This is probably easier than I think it looks but..im stumped...

Here goes

A is an n x n orthoganal matrix...show that a^t(transpose of a) is also orthoganal

Thanks in advance - May 9th 2008, 02:30 AMmr fantastic
It follows from the definition! Read

Orthogonal matrix - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

to see what I mean .... - May 9th 2008, 09:23 AMMoo