btw all the large As and Bs should actually be small and the a ---> det(a) should actually be large; A----> det(A). Any help is valued thnx.

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- Dec 2nd 2011, 02:51 PMmaxgunn555Long Continuous proof

btw all the large As and Bs should actually be small and the a ---> det(a) should actually be large; A----> det(A). Any help is valued thnx. - Dec 2nd 2011, 03:12 PMmaxgunn555Re: Long Continuous proof

there's another part to the question. analysis really is the hardest module. the uni blackboard is really quite a mess of 100s pages just for this module, i just need any help to get me in the right direction thanks :) - Dec 2nd 2011, 03:14 PMPlatoRe: Long Continuous proof
Why are you wrapping every thing is [tex] [/tex] ?

**Only put your equations in tex tags, not plain text.** - Dec 2nd 2011, 03:56 PMmaxgunn555Re: Long Continuous proof
for me i think it'll be quicker eventually. why does it not read well? any advice for the question though?

- Dec 2nd 2011, 04:16 PMPlatoRe: Long Continuous proof
- Dec 3rd 2011, 02:51 PMmaxgunn555Re: Long Continuous proof
yeah you're right, you can't have letters written like they're maths letters its look weird and is quicker not to.

- Dec 4th 2011, 12:22 PMmaxgunn555Re: Long Continuous proof
no help though?

- Dec 5th 2011, 04:40 AMDevenoRe: Long Continuous proof
the point is, det is a function from . you should already know that s(x,y) = x+y is continuous from , and that p(x,y) = xy is continuous from .

so det(a,b,c,d) = s(p(a,d),-p(b,c)), which is a composition of continuous maps, yes?