R³ ƒ(a, b) = a + b = G
Pretty much.So why can I not define the conceptual definition of a matrix in being a R³ Cartesian coordinate system in an Euclidean space ?
In physics, particularly in quantum perturbation theory, the "matrix element" refers to the linear operator of a modified Hamiltonian using Dirac notation. ... Matrix elements are important in atomic, nuclear and particle physics.
As I have said before, if your view doesn't agree with reality, it is not because reality has made a mistake.By the laws of physics an electron v electron at high speed should annihilate an electron because wave E=mc²/2
What do you think that means?
A positron cannot destroy an electron,As I have said before, if your view doesn't agree with reality, it is not because reality has made a mistake.
Do you also insist an electron has opposite signs to retain formation?What do you think that means?