Can someone help me with this one? Find the operator that annihilates this function x^4 - x^2 + 11 I wanna say that the solution is: for x^4 L1 = D^5 and for x^2 L2 = D^3 So L1L2 = D^8 but this is the wrong answer and I am confused. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by pberardi Can someone help me with this one? Find the operator that annihilates this function x^4 - x^2 + 11 I wanna say that the solution is: for x^4 L1 = D^5 and for x^2 L2 = D^3 So L1L2 = D^8 but this is the wrong answer and I am confused. Thanks. There's lots of operators that will annilate this but the easiest is noting that this operator will annilate everything up to which includes
I see but D^5 is the minimum annihilator right? Thanks.
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