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Midterm_2_2010-02-22 - 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name...

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Unformatted text preview: 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name February 22, 2010 Use of texts, notes or calculators is not allowed. Problem Points Score 1 10.0 2 15.0 3 10.0 4 5.0 5 12.5 6 15.0 7 7.5 8 5.0 9 10.0 10 10.0 Total 100.0 Extra Credit 10.0 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. (10 points total) Let A be an n n matrix A . List ten conditions that are equivalent to A being nonsingular. I have written the first condition for you, so the first point is free. 1. (1.0 point) A is nonsingular. 2. (1.0 point) 3. (1.0 point) 4. (1.0 point) 5. (1.0 point) 6. (1.0 point) 7. (1.0 point) 8. (1.0 point) 9. (1.0 point) 10. (1.0 point) 1 22A - Section 001 Midterm 2 Name 2. (15 points total) Let S = { v 1 , v 2 ,... v k } V be a set of vectors belonging to the vector space V . (a) (3 points) Define what is meant by a linear combination of the vectors in S ....
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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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