TANGENTS AND SECANTS OF ALGEBRAIC VARIETIES F. L. Zak

... last assumption means that N < 2n − b − 2), then all hyperplane sections of X are normal (and therefore irreducible and reduced). In particular, if X is nonsingular and N < 2n − 1, then all hyperplane sections of X are normal. 1.16. Remark. Corollary 1.15 gives a much more precise information than B ...

... last assumption means that N < 2n − b − 2), then all hyperplane sections of X are normal (and therefore irreducible and reduced). In particular, if X is nonsingular and N < 2n − 1, then all hyperplane sections of X are normal. 1.16. Remark. Corollary 1.15 gives a much more precise information than B ...

College Algebra Week 2

... 1. Remove parentheses and combine like terms on each side 2. Use addition property to get like terms on the same side as each other (things with x on one side, numbers only on the other) 3. Use the multiplication property to get the x alone 4. If x is negative, use the –1 multiplication trick to mak ...

... 1. Remove parentheses and combine like terms on each side 2. Use addition property to get like terms on the same side as each other (things with x on one side, numbers only on the other) 3. Use the multiplication property to get the x alone 4. If x is negative, use the –1 multiplication trick to mak ...

Symmetric tensors and symmetric tensor rank

... this topic has not been adequately addressed in the general literature, and even less so in the engineering literature. For several years, the alternating least squares algorithm has been used to fit data arrays to a multilinear model [36, 50]. Yet, the minimization of this matching error is an ill- ...

... this topic has not been adequately addressed in the general literature, and even less so in the engineering literature. For several years, the alternating least squares algorithm has been used to fit data arrays to a multilinear model [36, 50]. Yet, the minimization of this matching error is an ill- ...

part 1

... In analysis, we call a symbolic expression or symbol any combination of algebraic signs that do not mean anything by themselves or to which we attribute a value different from that which they naturally have. Likewise, we call symbolic equations all those that, taking the letters and the interpretati ...

... In analysis, we call a symbolic expression or symbol any combination of algebraic signs that do not mean anything by themselves or to which we attribute a value different from that which they naturally have. Likewise, we call symbolic equations all those that, taking the letters and the interpretati ...