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Unformatted text preview: MATH1850 F10 Name: Page 1 of 6 (1) (6 marks) Solve the linear systems associated with the following matrices: 1 2 0 —3 3 1 —2 —3 2
(2') 0 0 1 4 —2 (n 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 —3
LET ixLst i Xz=‘3 TREK) ~XK5g‘
X3= 'L 404“ 50m x\= 'x,_= A—zxs So 795:7 xl= 9.40.ka 3XJ So— so— (2) (6 marks) Find conditions (if any are necessary) on b1, b2, b3 such that the
following system is consistent: $1 — 2362 + 2363 2 b1
2:61  $2 — 6363 2 b2
—2£E1  9:62 — 14363 2 b3
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2'7" ‘5 O o O Lem57,1405 MEEB L€\>\—bz+los =0 (212. 519104 To 86' ConsxéTEHt’ MATH185O F10 Name: Page 2 of 6 (3) (7 marks) Find the inverse of the following matrix by row reduction (make sure you label all your row operations and state What A—1 is explicitly): 1 0 1 0
—2 0 —1 0 A: 0 2 0 0
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Ital} MATH185O F10 Name: Page 3 of 6 (4) (7 marks) Determine the value(s) of k for which the homogeneous system
AX = 0 has inﬁnitely many solutions. [State criteria used, and explain all steps for full marks] 2 —1 2k
A: —4 16—1 2
6 —3 1
A”: 9 HAS oo nAw Seemions ice MA=O.
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AW\ 0 L—s so::z\(l:;l:+'zc, = 1(k—sDCx—Qk3 =O'tQQ la; 92. hi.
0 0 L— 6‘4 2. 21’32 =9 uAsw—muy wcmsﬁ kﬂsozkgm (5) (7 marks) Solve for the matrix B in the following matrix identity ( show all steps, and mind the order of operations): (312+gBT)1 = [2 ‘3] 3 —5
TAKE \uvetcﬁs = 35:14, J— (5“: (3:
3
ADD —2>\:.,_ 2 lg = 2‘131
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'0 " TLA ﬂags : MATH185O F10 Name: Page 4 of 6 (6) (4 marks) Suppose that A, B are square matrices of the same size. Prove
that if the product AB is invertible, then so are A and B. A2> is New?“ => AwCABM—O =9 chﬁAJﬂ$7ﬁo =9 Mﬁoz‘ New :2 Anbmz \Qweewre (7) (5 marks) Use det(A) = 90 and Cramer’s Rule to ﬁnd the variable 3:4 for 0 1 0 0 1 0
0 —2 5 0 3 0
the system AX = 0 Where A = 1 —2 3 2 0
—1 —1 0 0 1 0
L 3 J L 4 —4 0 —3 3 J
(NOTE. no marks will be awarded for any other method)
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)(qf = — _ = VS" 3‘ "l '5 = "' 
«MA “ .k 3 2 f? 2 l
H w o .5 3 MATH185O F10 Name: Page 5 of 6 (8) (8 marks  1 mark each) True / False. Indicate Whether the following state
ments are always True or sometimes False. (a) Every elementary matrix is invertible E/True False (b) If A, B are square matrices of same size, then (A7L B)2 = A2 + 2AB7L B2
True 8/ False (c) If A is square and Ax = 0 has only the trivial solution, then det(AT) = 0
True E/False (d) If A is a symmetric upper triangular matrix, then A is lower triangular
3/ True False (e) A homogeneous system of 4 equations in 7 unknowns must have inﬁnitely
many solutions E/True False (f) If A is a 3 x 3 matrix with detA = —2, then det(3A*1) = —3 True 3/ False (g) If A is invertible and B is obtained from A by performing exactly one
elementary row operation, then B is invertible 3’ True False (h) If A,B are square matrices of order 5, and B is obtained from A by
reversing the order of its columns, then det(B) = det(A)
E/True False ...
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