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November 29th, 2017, 04:33 PM   #1
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Isotropic Space

Prove:
1. Any max isotropic space has dim n
2. Let f be a non-generative symplectic and I is a subspace of V be a max isotropic space. Prove that there exists an isotropic space I' such that V=I+I'
3. Let f be a symmetric form on C$^2$$^n$. Prove that both results above hold

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