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Unformatted text preview: 100000074428 DEN Homework Email To: denhw@usc.edu From: patawaranl ferze
Email: fpatawar@gmail.com
Student D#: fpatawar Course Number: EE441 20071
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4; Dr. E. A. Jonckheere Midterm Exam
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6 HOUSEHOLDER TRANSFORMATION 5 Problem 1. LAN CANONIC FORM. 2 2 2
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a subspace, give its dimension. If not, show how one of the vector space requirements fails.
In all cases, :3 E 1R3. 5.1 51 ={zvz 2131— $2 = x3 and x1 + 3132 = 2x3}.
5.2 52 = {x : $§+x§ =x§}
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Find the Householder matrix H such that: END OF EXAM ...
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