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    Please delete

    Is it possible to solve for the invariant of an equation like this?
    Solving for an invariant-ykzw9.jpg #6
    Last edited by lucida; Nov 12th 2011 at 05:21 PM. Reason: Wrong section, please move to
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    Re: Please delete

    Looks like home-work to me.
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    Re: Please delete

    Can you be more specific about what (and which exercice) you don't understand etc ... ?
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