Math 130
Homework #1
Solutions
Problem 1. Solve
x + 2y = 8
3x 4y = 4
Multiply the rst equation by 3 and add it to the second equation.
Replace the second equation with the new equation, leaving the rs
A basis for a vector space. You know some
bases for vector spaces already even if you havent
know them by that name.
For instance, in R3 the three vectors i = (1, 0, 0)
which points along the x-axis,
3. [20] Determine if the set
S = cfw_(1, 1, 2), (1, 2, 1), (1, 1, 4)
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of three vectors in R3 is independent or dependent.
Show your work for credit.
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Math 130
Homework #9
Solutions
Section 6.2.
Problem 5.
(a) Given the set V = cfw_(a, b, c) R3 | c = 2. Since
(a, b, 2) + (a , b , 2) = (a + a , b + b , 4) V
it follows that V is not subspace of R3 .
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Math 130
Homework #8
Solutions
Section 4.3
Problem 1.
(a) Given L : R2 R3 dened by L(x, y) = (x + 1, y, x + y). For
all k R,
L(k(x, y) = L(kx, ky) = (kx + 1, ky, kx + ky)
kL(x, y) = k(x + 1, y, x + y)
Chapter 1 Review Questions: Solutions
1. What do we mean when we say a system of equations is linear? What do we mean
when we say a function f is linear, i.e., satises the linearity property? For exam
Math 130
Homework #2
Solutions
Section 1.2
Problem 3. Given
a + 2b 2a b
2c + d c 2d
4 2
4 3
=
Then
a + 2b
2a b
2c + d
c 2d
=
=
=
=
4
2
4
3
which yield
a=0
Check:
b=2
c=1
0+22 202
21+2 122
=
d=2
4 2
4
Chapter 1 Review Questions
1. What do we mean when we say a system of equations is linear? What do we mean
when we say a function f is linear, i.e., satises the linearity property? For example, matrix
the identity function on B. The usual notation for
the function inverse to f is f 1 .
If f and g are inverse to each other, that is, if g
is the inverse of f , g = f 1 , then f is the inverse of
g, f