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1 about the indicated perpendicular by π radians. 2(c)]. 2. Symmetry group of an equilateral triangle: (a) identity, e; (b) rotation by 2π/3, R; (c) flip, r; (d) rotation by 4π/3, f (R,R); (e) rotation by 2π/3 followed by flip, f (R,r); and (f) flip followed by rotation by 2π/3, f (r,R). 2(d)]. It is the composition of a counterclockwise rotation of 2π/3 radians followed by another counterclockwise rotation of 2π/3 radians. 2(e)]. 2(f)]. 2–1 to prove that the symmetries of an equilateral triangle form a group with six elements.

At e = 0. 10a,b). 17a,b), exists and is unique. 6), completing the proof of Lie’s First Fundamental Theorem. □ Lie’s First Fundamental Theorem shows that the infinitesimal transformation contains the essential information determining a one-parameter Lie group of 40 transformations. 10a) is invariant under translations in τ, one can always reparameterize a given group in terms of a parameter τ such that for parameter values τ1 and τ2 , the law of composition becomes f (τ1, τ2) = τ1 + τ2. l0a,b) defines a one-parameter Lie group of transformations.

4-1. , S is an interval in R. Without loss of generality, e = 0 corresponds to the identity element e. (vi) X is infinitely differentiable with respect to x in D and an analytic function of e in S. (vii) f (e , d ) is an analytic function of e and δ, e Î S , d Î S . If one thinks of e as a time variable and x as spatial variables, then a oneparameter Lie group of transformations, in effect, defines a stationary flow. 2) define the evolution of x over all elements e Î S . 3(a)]. Now let y = X(x; e ) represent a point on γ1.

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