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Course: MATH 2212008, Fall 2009
School: Berkeley
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Ming Prof. Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Oce Hours: MWF 12:00-2:00PM Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http://www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008F Math221: Computations Matrix Homework #2, Due Sept. 10, 2008 Problems 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.21, 2.1, 2.3, 2.6, 2.11.

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Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Office Hours: MWF 12:00-2:00PM Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #2 Solutions 2.3: We need relevent vectors in equation (2.1) to have
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Office Hours: TuWTh 12:00-1:30PM Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #3, Due Sept. 17, 2008 Problems 2.7, 2.8, 2.10, 2.12, 2.13, 2.17,
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Oce Hours: TuWTh 12:00-1:30PM Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #5, Due Oct. 1, 2008 Problems 2.14, 2.15.
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Office Hours: MWF 12:00-2:00PM Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #8, Due Oct. 27, 2008 Problems 4.1, 4.2, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, 4.
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #12, Due Nov. 24, 2008 Problems 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.10.
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #13, Due Dec. 1, 2008 Problems 6.7, 6.11, 6.13.
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Prof. Ming Gu, 861 Evans, tel: 2-3145 Email: mgu@math.berkeley.edu http:/www.math.berkeley.edu/mgu/MA2212008FMath221: Matrix Computations Homework #14, Due Dec. 8, 2008 Let A Rnn be a square matrix. Let H Rnn be the upper Hessenberg matrix obta
Berkeley - MATH - 2212008
Math 221 Final Exam, Dec. 12, 20071. (20 Points) Let A Rnn . Show that Ak A induced norm .kfor all positive integers k and for any2 2. (20 Points) Assume that the matrix A Rnn is diagonalizable with real eigenvalues. In other words, there
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