# hw01 - Math 110-Linear Algebra Fall 2009 Haiman Problem Set...

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Math 110—Linear Algebra Fall 2009, Haiman Problem Set 1 Due Friday, Sept. 4, 1:10 pm in lecture, or before that time at your GSI’s office or mailbox. Once homework has been collected at the start of the lecture, solutions will be posted on the web page. No homework will be accepted after solutions are posted. Because we have no money to hire graders, only some of the problems from each set will be selected for grading (which ones will of course not be announced in advance). Solutions to all the problems will be posted on the web page. In proofs, indicate clearly the steps in your reasoning. At any step justified by some axiom, definition, lemma or theorem, specify which one(s) you are using. You may use without proof any lemmas or theorems proved in the text or in the lectures. See the course web page for ground rules about collaborating on homework. 1. Let Q [ i ] denote the set of complex numbers a + bi such that a, b Q .

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