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Unformatted text preview: Homework Assignment #4 Math 67 UC Davis, Fall 2011 This homework will not be collected. It is meant to help you prepare for the midterm exam on October 24. Reading material. Read Sections 5.4–6.5. Problems 1. Solve the following problems in the textbook: (a) Proofwriting exercise 6 in Chapter 5. (b) Calculational exercises 1(a),(b),(c),(f), 2(a)–(b), 5, 6 in Chapter 6. (c) Proofwriting exercises 2, 3 in Chapter 6. 2. (a) Solve each of the following inhomogeneous linear systems by following the same 3 steps that you used for solving the homogeneous linear systems in the previous homework assignment (except that now the coefficient matrix is an “augmented” matrix). Remember that for inhomogeneous systems, in addition to the possibil ities of having a unique solution and infinitely many solutions, there is now also a possibility of having no solutions at all. (i) x + 4 z = 2 y = 1 (ii) 3 x 3 y + 15 z = 6 x + 2 y z w = 3 x + 3 z + w = 1 (iii) x + 3 y = 1 x 2...
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 Fall '07
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 Math, Linear Algebra, Algebra, Inhomogeneous Systems

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