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March 29th, 2015, 02:37 PM   #1
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Vandermonde matrix- can be of any size?

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Can this matrix be, for example, 2X3, 3X2, 4X6 (as long as it has geometric progression in each row)
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Can this matrix be, for example, 2X3, 3X2, 4X6 (as long as it has geometric progression in each row)
What do you think? Read the reference.
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