Sunday, May 5, 2013

What is Identity in Math

Introduction to identity in math:

Tautologically true is used in an identity of a relation. Usually to identity the tautologically definition is true, each definition is directly, or as a consequence of it. For case, algebraically, it create the expression is satisfied for every values of the occupied variables. Let us see about articles of identity in math.

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Definition of identity in math


Triple bar symbol is denoting the definitions. Such as x2 ≡ x·x. The symbol ≡ is used in other method for different meanings, but definition is used to interpret in many ways. In other ways tautologically definition is true.

In algebra, binary operation with a set of S is a identity or identity element to e element, when connecting with every element x of S, that same as produces x. Therefore, e.x = x.e = x for all in S. This is a correct illustration of identity matrix.

A set of element of S itself to the identity function, it denoting by id or ids, in identity function every maps element together. In other texts, id(x) = x for all x in S. Identity function  give out process of identity element in the set of each functions from set of S to  itself with correct value to function composition.

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Examples for identity in math


Identity relation in math:

A general illustration of the initial meaning is the trigonometric identity

Sin2θ + cos2 θ = 1

This identity of the complex values of θ is true (here the complex digit of C are the element of sin and cos), as different to

Cos θ = 1,

True value for only for several θ, not for all values. For case, when the last equation of the value θ = 0, then false when θ = 2.

Identity element in math:

Additive identity and multiplicative identity is the concepts of the middle to the Peanoaxioms. The integers, real numbers and complex digits of the number 0 are additive identity. For all the real integers, for all a Є R,

0 + a = a,

a + 0 = a, and

0 + 0 = 0.

Alike, the multiplicative identity is the number of 1 for integers, real numbers and complex numbers. For the real numbers, for all a Є R,

1 * a = a,

a * 1 = a, and

1 * 1 = 1.

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