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Annihilator of a Tensor

Sudharaka

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MHB Math Helper
Feb 5, 2012
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Hi everyone, :)

This is a question I don't understand at all. What is the annihilator in this context? Hope you can help me out with this.

Problem: Find the annihilator of the tensor \(e_1\wedge e_2+e_3\wedge e_4\) in \(V=\left<e_1,\,e_2,\,e_3,\,e_4\right>\).
 

Sudharaka

Well-known member
MHB Math Helper
Feb 5, 2012
1,621
Hi everyone, :)

This is a question I don't understand at all. What is the annihilator in this context? Hope you can help me out with this.

Problem: Find the annihilator of the tensor \(e_1\wedge e_2+e_3\wedge e_4\) in \(V=\left<e_1,\,e_2,\,e_3,\,e_4\right>\).
Hi everyone, :)

I have received an answer to this question on Stack Exchange. I am trying to understand it but due to my limited knowledge of tensor algebra it will take a long time. :p

linear algebra - Annihilator of a Tensor - Mathematics Stack Exchange