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Unformatted text preview: Math 304 Test ll /
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Full Score October 25, 2010 Your Score o In order to get credit, you must show all work. 0 Read all problems ﬁrst. Try working on them from easiest to hardest.
o No calculators of any kind! No cell phones! 1. Circle “True” or “False” for each of the following problems. Circle “True” only if the
statement is always true. No explanations necessary. D (a) m False et X = {V1,vz,V3,V4,v5}, where v, 6 M. Then X is a linearly
indepen set. I) (b) False 1 Any set of vectors in IR” consisting of a single vector is a linearly inde— pendent set. (c) True False If A is a noninvertible n X n matrix, then Nul(A) : (d @ False If A is an invertible n X n matrix, then Col(A) = R". (e False Subsets of linearly independent sets are necessarily linearly independent. (f False If A is an n X n matrix, whose columns span R”, then A is invertible. ‘A . . a b + 1 . .
(g) True _ False The mapping T : R2 ~+ 1R2 given by T b = a IS a linear
transformation. (h ‘ False The set S =‘{ (i Any set containing the zero vector is linearly dependent. or + 2b = 0, a,b E R} is a subspace of R2. ~4
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T(é;l = —T( [5.1) + T([$])= 531+W= 2‘; 0) Write down the standard matrix of T.
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