James Ebhabha latest question posted yesterday under “James Ebhabha” is difficult to read. I guess his problem is with the expansion of the sixth-order Kronecker Delta. Here is the answer:
I finally got your full question as you posted it to my email address. I am happy that you worked the example through. The note on that page was truncated at a point because the equation was too long. I have included the full equation in my reply as you can read below.
The error in your effort is at term 4 as I have changed its colour to red for emphasis. In my reply, I have also painted the result that leads to that value red for you to look again and compare. It is likely that by so doing, you will be able to see your mistake. Here is the full text of your question with my response.
I sure hope this helps.
The final instalment of the slides for the term is to be found at this web link. http://1drv.ms/1uUCylX Please read it ahead of Saturday morning class.
Please also note that the class on Saturday, August 16, 2014 morning will hold in the LG Lab.
Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump? Cleanse out the old leaven that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened. For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. Let us therefore celebrate the festival, not with the old leaven, the leaven of malice and evil, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. 1Co 5:6-8
Note from Emmanuel Olowosulu
I have created a form for the students to register so I can harvest their data.
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It is absolutely important for EVERY student to register online for their examination in this course. If you don’t register this week, it may not be possible for you to take the examination. It is mandatory for everone taking the course for a credit to register.
Here are some of my Mathematica files for your to practice with.
Here is a question from Osezua Ibhadode. Obviously Osezua has not yet read my response to Taiwo Atinsola. Despite that, I have given a full response which, if added to what I already posted in my response to Taiwo, ought to clear his issues. I want to encourage you to learn to type your questions properly. The equations editor in MS Word is what I use to set all my responses to the class. I also use it in preparing my notes. It is a good practice to start learning . . .
Here is the detail of the Q&A with Osezua
The question asked by Olugbenga here is quite elementary. I am answering it in full because he may not be the only one struggling with this concept even though I have explained it on several occasions in class and in my notes. It is about the fundamental issue of a product of a symmetric quantity and an anti-symmetric one. If you don’t fully grasp this, you may get some assistance from the explanation provided here:
See the way a student posed his question to me. The answer will improve my notes and help other students:
I want to encourage other students to ask your questions in this way. We can learn even much more outside the classroom than inside it. The internet facilities at our disposal make knowledge transmission easy! More comments please!
I am posting below, 50 solutions in Tensor Calculus for you top prepare for your test. Tests and exams will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). They will fully test your knowledge. If you go through the worked examples I have been supplying you within the slides and on this blog, you shall be adequately prepared. If you want to try me, wait until I administer the tests. There will usually be opportunities for repeating a test – either because you missed a previous test or because you want a better grade. I will most usually oblige you. If you want my advice, This is it: Prepare by working through the examples I have supplied. Meanwhile, here are 50 examples – Enjoy!