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Symmetric Property

Definition

A mathematical object is said to be symmetric if it is invariant ("looks the same") under a symmetry transformation. A function, matrix, etc., is symmetric if it remains unchanged in sign when indices are reversed. For example, A_(i j) congruent a_i + a_j is symmetric since A_(i j) = A_(j i).

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