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Good morning sir, I’m finding slide 55 and 56 difficult. Please I need help on them sir. Thanks

Will go through the two with you on Monday.

Ok sir

Good day prof, i worked on the quetions you titled: SSG 511 Rotation-Tensor but i have problem understanding question 2 and others. i wish you could break down. Thanks

A tensor whose inverse is its transpose is an orthogonal tensor; if in addition, its determinant is plus one, then it is a rotation tensor.

*I wish you could break each step down for easy understanding

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Good morning sir, I’m finding slide 55 and 56 difficult. Please I need help on them sir. Thanks

Will go through the two with you on Monday.

Ok sir

Good day prof, i worked on the quetions you titled: SSG 511 Rotation-Tensor but i have problem understanding question 2 and others. i wish you could break down. Thanks

A tensor whose inverse is its transpose is an orthogonal tensor; if in addition, its determinant is plus one, then it is a rotation tensor.

*I wish you could break each step down for easy understanding