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column 1.
column c31 = a31b11 +a32b21
14 Powers of Matrices
If A is a square matrix, it is possible to write
If
A2=AA,
=AA,
A3=AAA, et cetera.
=AAA,
In general:
In An=AAAAAAAA…A
n times 1 − 1
Example: A = Example: 0 1 1 −2
A = AA = 0 1 2 1
A =
0
n 1 − 3
A = A A= 0 1 3 2 −n 1 15 Multiplication of Column by Row Vector
Recap: the inner product of the two vectors can be thought of as a
Recap:
multiplication of a row vector by a column vector:
multiplication v1 u ' v = [ u1u 2u3 ] × v2 = u1 × v1 + u2 × v2 + u3 × v3 v3 What happens if we multiply a column vector by a row vector?
u1 uv ' = 2 ×[v1v2 v3 ] =
u
? u3 Remembering the multiplication conformability requirement, the result of
Remembering
this multiplication will be a matrix dimension 3x3:
this u1v1
uv' = u 2 v1 u3v1 u1v2
u 2 v2
u 3 v2 u1v3 u 2 v3 u3v3 16 Matrices and Systems of Linear Equations
Matrix notation makes describing systems of linear equations very easy!
6
A = 1 4 3
4
−1 1 x1 − 2, x = x2 x3 5 6 x1 + 3 x2 + x3 Ax = x1 + 4 x2 − 2 x3 4 x1 − x2 + 5 x3 Ax is thus a column vector (dimension 3 x
Ax
1) where each element is the left hand
side of one of the three equations.
side To complete the description of the system of three linear equations we
To
need to add the system’s right hand side:
need
The original system is: 6 x1 +3 x2 +x3 =22 x1 +4 x2 −2 x3 =12 x −x +5 x =10
4
2
3
1 6 x1 + 3 x2 + x3 22 x + 4 x − 2 x = d = 12 ,
Ax = 1 2
3 10 4 x1 − x2 + 5 x3 Ax = d Matrix A is often referred to as
coefficient matrix. 17 National Income Model
Consider a national income model in two endogenous variables Y and C:
Consider Y =C +I 0 +G0 C =a +bY Y
We rewrite it in the form −C = I 0 + G0 −bY + C = a The corresponding coefficient matrix for this system will be −1
1 1
A =
− b I + G The right hand side column vector
The
d = 0 0 Ax = d a
18 Division of Matrices (x)
Just like we do it with numbers, we can add, subtract and
Just
multiply matrices (subject to conformability conditions).
multiply However, we cannot divide matrices!
However,
divide One of the reasons why the operation of division is not defined
One
for matrices is that, as we shall see later, in general AB ≠ BA 19 The
Symbol
Symbol
3 ∑x
i =1 i Σ Σ Notation (read: sigma) is used as a shorthand for summation.
6 ∑y = x1 + x2 + x3 j=3 ∑1 axi = ax1 + ax2 + ax3 = a ∑1 xi i= i= 3 3 3 ∑a
j =1 j j = y3 + y 4 + y5 + y 6 x j = a1 x1 + a2 x2 + a3 x3 Matrix multiplication shorthand: C =A B m× n×
n
l
n cij =
a
∑ik bkj
k=
1 20 Commutative, Associative and Distributive Laws
REAL NUMBERS
REAL
Commutative law: a+b=b+a (addition) ab=ba (multiplication)
Associative law: (a+b)+c=a+(b+c) Distributive law: (ab)c=a(bc) a(b+c)=ab+ac MATRICES
Addition
Commutative
Associative
Distributive Multiplication A+ B = B + A
AB ≠ BA
( A + B ) + C = A + ( B + C ) ( AB )C = A( BC )
A( B + C ) = AB + AC
( B + C ) A = BA + CA 21 AB ≠BA
Consider multiplying these two matrices: 1
A =
3 2
0
,...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2013 for the course STAT 1001 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '11 term at Yonsei University.
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