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Math 20F
First Midterm
January 27, 2003
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There are a total of 40 points possible.
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No BOOKS, NOTES or CALCULATORS are allowed.
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You must show your work to receive credit.
1. (4 pts.) Fill in the following blanks.
(a) If
A
is an
n
×
n
matrix and there is a matrix
B
such that
, we call
B
the
inverse of
A
.
(b) If
A
and
B
are matrices such that
a
ij
=
b
ji
for all
i
and
j
, we call
B
.
2. (15 pts.) Let
A
=
10

00 0 1
11 0

1
22 0 3
.
(a) How many solutions does
A
x
=(1000)
T
have? Justify your answer.
(b) How many solutions does
A
x
=(0001)
T
have? Justify your answer.
(c) Either ﬁnd a
b
so that
A
x
=
b
has exactly one solution or explain why this is
impossible.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course MATH 20F taught by Professor Buss during the Spring '03 term at UCSD.
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