tdr5 - (5) Do you know how to prove a given transformation...

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TEAM DISCUSSION REPORT #5 GROUP NUMBER: (1) Report on individual preparation. Indicate N = Not attempted, A = attempted but not correct, C = confident correct, and U = unsure if correct. PROBLEM 1 (p.74) 5 (p.74-75) 13 (p.75) 15 (p.75) 17 (p.76) 18 (p.76) 2a (p.84) 3 (p.84) 5ad (p.84-85) 8 (p.85) 9 (p.85) 2a (p.96) 3b (p.96) 4ad (p.97) 9 (p.97) 11 (p.97) 12 (p.97) (2) Amount of time team spent working together outside of class. (3) How did the team work together (phone, text, email, facebook, face-to-face meeting etc.) (4) Other people team members consulted for this assignment.
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Unformatted text preview: (5) Do you know how to prove a given transformation is linear? (6) Let T : V-→ W be linear. Can you prove that N ( T ) is a subspace of V ? Can you prove that R ( T ) is a subspace of W ? (7) Can you compute the matrix of a linear transformation relative to given bases B and C ? (8) Do you know how to apply Theorem 2.14? (9) (a) List topics and problems discussed during this meeting. (b) What important questions remain unanswered. 1...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course MAS 4105 taught by Professor Rudyak during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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