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# Midterm_2_2009-05-20 - 22A Section 001 Midterm 2 Name Use...

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Unformatted text preview: 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name May 20, 2009 Use of texts, notes or calculators is not allowed. READ THIS!! Be extra careful when you see the words SINGULAR and NONSINGULAR in this exam. It is easy to confuse one with the other. Problem Points Score 1 05 2 10 3 20 4 05 5 15 6 10 7 05 8 05 9 10 10 05 11 10 Total 100 Extra Credit 10 TRY THIS TEST TAKING STRATEGY Here is a good test taking strategy. Do the easy problems first! Read over the entire test doing only those problems whose solution is immediately apparent to you. Then make a second pass at the test trying to solve the easiest of the remaining problems. Continue in this way until you are done. Good luck! 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name 1. (5 points) Let A be and N × N matrix. Define what it means for A to be nonsingular. 2. (10 points total) Suppose that I tell you that the n × n matrix A is NONSINGULAR . List eight conditions that are equivalent to A being nonsingular. I have written the first condition for you; i.e., the first (1.25 points are free). 1. (1.25 points) A is nonsingular. 2. (1.25 points) 3. (1.25 points) 4. (1.25 points) 5. (1.25 points) 6. (1.25 points) 7. (1.25 points) 8. (1.25 points) 1 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name 3. (20 points total) Let S = { v...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course MATH 22a taught by Professor Chuchel during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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