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Sudhanshu ranjan Asked a Question
August 15, 2020 12:42 pmpts 30 pts
Give an example of a linear operator T on a vector space V such that T conductor of each vector in V exists but minimal polynomial of T doesn't exist?
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  • Anonymous User Best Answer
    see the attachments
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    Anonymous User
    This shows that the T conductor of each vector in V into W exist. But we know that the differential operator on R[t] has no Minimal polynomial
  • Anonymous User thankyou
    one thing u should note down that the T- conductor of each vector (in V) into an invariant subspace W always exist because zero polynomial belongs is always there . But the questio...
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