HW1Soln - Sample solutions: (8,0), (0,4). 1.4.10. True,...

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ECE 130C Homework 1 Solution April 22, 2008 University of California Santa Barbara
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1.3.6 Singular System if b=4, because 4x+8y is twice 2x+4y. Then g=2*16=32, makes the system solvable though with inFnitely many solutions. The lines become the same.
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Unformatted text preview: Sample solutions: (8,0), (0,4). 1.4.10. True, alse, True, alse 1.4.20. A( ) * A(- ) = I, the identity matrix. 1.4.22 1.4.24 ECE 130C Homework 1 Solution April 22, 2008 University of California Santa Barbara...
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HW1Soln - Sample solutions: (8,0), (0,4). 1.4.10. True,...

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