By Rogora E.
The 1st primary theorem of invariant conception for the motion of the detailed orthogonal workforce onm tuples of matrices via simultaneous conjugation is proved in . during this paper, as a primary step towards constructing the second one primary theorem, we learn a easy id among SO(n, okay) invariants ofm matrices.
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Since aBn < a1 a2 · · · an < aTn it follows from (L6e) that aB < Gn < aT . So aT − Gn > 0 and aB − G < 0. Multiplying these together we have (aT − Gn )(aB − Gn ) < 0 and expanding the bracket we get aT aB − Gn (aT + aB ) + Gn2 < 0, and if we rearrange this (using (L1) and (L2)) we obtain aT + aB > aT aB + Gn . Gn Now notice that the left-hand side of this last expression is exactly the sum of the two terms we removed from the original list while the right-hand side is the sum of the two terms we replaced them with.
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A basic relation between invariants of matrices under the action of the special orthogonal group by Rogora E.