Is there a man who can solve this proof problem?
X is a second-order square matrix of any real number.
Prove that there exists a real second-order square matrix A, B, and C such that X=(A^2)+(B^2)+(C^2).
Guest wrote:Is there a man who can solve this proof problem?You don't think a woman could answer?X is a second-order square matrix of any real number.
Prove that there exists a real second-order square matrix A, B, and C such that X=(A^2)+(B^2)+(C^2).
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