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Unformatted text preview: 501.0170 N3 MATH 115
. Tuesday October 18, 2005 NAME: Please Print Id. 1%.: Faculty of Mathematics
University of Waterloo MIDTERM EXAM Fall 2005 7:00 — 9:00 Instructions: 1. No calculators are permitted. 2. The exam has 9 problems. 3. Make sure to put your own name and
ID number at the top of this page. 4. If you do not have enough space to ﬁn
ish your solution to a. problem, continue
it on the back of the page. and indicate
that you have done so. 5. There is 1 blank page at the end of the
exam that can be torn off and used for
rough work. This exam has 11 pages
in tote], inciuding the cover and one blank page. 6. CIRCLE YOUR SECTION AND
INSTRUCTOR BELOW: Sec. Instructor Time
001 B. Ferguson 8:30
002 R. Moose 10:30
003 B. Ferguson 8:30
004 P. Wood 2:30
005 P. Wood 3:30
006 F. Dunbar 12:30
007 F. Dunbar 8:30
008 W. Kuo 10:30
009 W. Kuo 8:30
010 R. Andre 1:30 MATH 115, Midterm Page 2 of 11 ' Name: [8] 1. Find the general solution to the following system 4x1+ $2+8$3 + 2:4 =12
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[7] 4.LetA= 12 0 3‘
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(a) Find det(A).
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[8] 5. Write the matrix A = ( l 4 3 ) as a product of elementary matrices.
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0°73. MATH 115, Midterm Page 7 of 11 Name: [6] 5. Two vectors x and y are called orthogonal if x y = 0. Find all vectors x = (.131, 2:2, 2:3, 3:4) that
are orthogonal to both (1,2, —1,2) and (2, 3, —5, 3). “oi(I/Q—r,1} :. ac, +3.0LL9(3+Q.9H1 I //
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[7] 7. LetAm ( $1 1+x2 1:3 Show that det(A) =1+I1+$2+I3.
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2x1 + $2 +5223 = c is consistent. I I 3 an , , 3 .q
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° ° 0 44:46 ‘ MATH 115, Midterm Page 10 of 11 Name: [9] 9. Determine if the following statements are true or false. Provide a brief justiﬁcation for your answer.
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(e) If A2 = A, then A is invertible. F. u Aw" 44.. AE/l M "AM
/ a, (b) Suppose Ax = b is on m x 7:. system with m < n. Then‘ the system must have inﬁnitely
many solutions. F 17% SUuFM'W‘O 1mm 13." alum w / (c) Suppose X; and x2 are both solutions to the homogenous system Ax = 0. Then the vector
y = 2x1 — 3):: is also a. solution to the homogeneous system. ./ 4, A33 A (99‘1"31") (I
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