I'm asked to show that there exists an infinite sequence of positive eigenvalues (this is fine, each value of is reflected in y=-x on the graph and presto, we have countably infinite evalues in ).
Then, I'm asked to show that the smallest eigenvalue is such that , whereas I've simply found it to be . I'm not sure what I've done wrong here.
Secondly, as n becomes large, ... I'd have thought this was simply because each value of essentially "tends to" (for lack of a better phrase) , and since , we have ...?
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- 12-04-2011 17:38