Find a basis from cartesian equations

09042017, 12:26 PM
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RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations
Hello again
I have seen a different possibility. May not be very mathematically appropiate but the result seems OK: The kernel of a linear map is a set of the vectors whose image is (0...0). So up to a point vectros who solve the equations. If you aply Ker(matrix of coefficients of the former equations), this gives directly the the vectors of the basis in just one operation. With so many functions it is not easy to find one that fits what you are looking for. HP manual is not very extensive. Thanks again Toni 

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Find a basis from cartesian equations  Tonig00  08312017, 07:06 PM
RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations  AlexFekken  09012017, 10:04 AM
RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations  Helge Gabert  09012017, 02:34 PM
RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations  Tonig00  09012017, 08:14 PM
RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations  Tonig00  09042017 12:26 PM
RE: Find a basis from cartesian equations  parisse  09062017, 06:01 AM

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