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[ Problem 5.
(a) ̂ ( ) (b) Any vector in
( ) has the form
, use exercise 28 since is symmetric: ( )( ) →
for some . To show that →
̂ is orthogonal to [(
̂ is in
, and the
̂) express as the sum of a vector in and a vector in
By the orthogonal decomposition theorem in section 6.3, this decomposition is unique, and so
̂ must be Problem 6.
(a) For [ the eigenvalues are and . Corresponding eigenvectors will be the solutions for
For [ For [ ] the nor...
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