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Up ) (2:60) If a list of k interchanges is performed, the sign is changed k times. Such an operator is described as skew symmetric. Provided that only skew symmetric multiplications are of interest, the tensor construction can be streamlined. Let (mskewsym, V) be a pair consisting of a skew symmetric p-linear operator and an F-vector space V. This pair is said to constitute a skew symmetric tensor product for the F-vector spaces U1, U2, . . ,Up, if two conditions hold. The reader can probably guess what these two conditions are.

The reader will observe, then, that d1 ^ d2 ^ Á Á Á ^ dp can be found once again by the familiar step q X q X i1 ¼1 i2 ¼1 ÁÁÁ q X ip ¼1 di1 1 di2 2 Á Á Á dip p ui1 ^ ui2 ^ Á Á Á ^ uip (2:72) which is a consequence once again of the fact that ^ is a p-linear operator. In this case, however, there is more than one way to form nonzero products in the family {ui1 ^ ui2 ^ Á Á Á ^ uip } (2:73) in which i1 i2Á Á Áip contains p distinct numbers, and where the traditional convention is to arrange the {ik} so that the numbers in each list are increasing, while the numbers which these sequences represent are also increasing.

To solve for xk, multiply both members of this equation by the quantity d1 ^ d2 ^ Á Á Á ^ dkÀ1 ^ dkþ1 ^ Á Á Á ^ dp (2:82) which will be denoted by dkÀ. This multiplication can be done either on the left or the right, and the vector product which is used is ^. Multiplying on the left provides the result xk dkÀ ^ dk ¼ dkÀ ^ c (2:83) Now if det(D) is not zero, then this equation solves for xk ¼ (dkÀ ^ c)=(dkÀ ^ dk ) (2:84) and this is essentially Cramer’s rule. Using this rule conventionally one performs enough interchanges so as to move c to the kth column of the array.

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