# A singular matrix a that has no zero entries 1 2 2 4

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A singularmatrixAthat has no zero entries.12T1T2T1=T2=x1x22x1+xx1+xx1x23x1+2xx1+xT1−1(T2(x)) =AA=T1(T2−1(x)) =AA=T2−1(T1(x)) =AA=T2(T1−1(x)) =AA=2×A=24.2222xxxx2
11/30/2017UW Common Math 308 Section 3.34/68.2/2 points |Previous AnswersHoltLinAlg2 3.3.039.Find an example that meets the given specifications.AmatrixAand amatrixBsuch thatbut5501109.1/1 points |Previous AnswersTrue, by the definition of invertible matrices.False, by the definition of invertible matrices.False, by the definition of singular matrices.False, by the definition of rectangular matrices.10.1/1 points |Previous AnswersDetermine if the statement is true of false, and justify your answer.is3.A=001010B=True, by the definition of singular matrices.True, by the definition of invertible matrices.False, by the definition of invertible matrices.False, by the definition of singular matrices.False, by the definition of rectangular matrices.

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