18.06 Problem Set 5 Solutions
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18.06 Problem Set #6 Solutions
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Course 18.06, Fall 2002: Quiz 2, Solutions
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18.06 Problem Set #3 Solutions
1. The set in (a) cant be a basis because two vectors can span an at most 2 dimensional vector space,
while R3 is 3 dimensional. The sets in (b) and (d) cant be bases since these sets cannot be linearly
independent. (If the
18.06 Exam 3 Solutions
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18.06
Professor A.J. de Jong
Your name is:
Please circle your recitation:
Exam 2
April 9, 2003
Important: Briey explain all of your answers.
1 (29 pts.)
(a) Compute the determinant of the following matrix
0 1 0 0 0
1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1
0 1 1 0
0 1 1 0
1 1 1 1
18.06 Problem Set #1 Solutions
1a) (2 points) In order for the two vectors to be parallel we must have (a, 4) = c(2, 5) for some
constant c. Thus, we need a = 2c and 4 = c5. It follows that c = 4 and a = 8 .
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18.06 Exam 1 #1 Solutions
1 a)
v x = 0 x1 + 2x2 + x3 = 0
w x = 0 2x1 + 4x2 + 3x3 = 0
So the set to be found is the nullspace of the matrix A =
1 2 1
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2 4 3
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18.06
Fall 2003
Quiz 1
October 1, 2003
Your name is:
Please circle your recitation:
1. M2 S. Harvey
7. T11 N. Ganter
2. M2 D. Ingerman
8. T12 N. Ganter
3. M3 S. Harvey
9. T12 S. Francisco
4. T10 B. Sutton
10. T1 K. Cheung
5. T10 C. Taylor
11. T1 B. Tenner
18.06
Fall 2004
Quiz 2
November 15, 2004
Your name is:
Please circle your recitation:
1. M2 A. BrookeTaylor
7. T11 V. Angeltveit
2. M2 F. Liu
8. T12 V. Angeltveit
3. M3 A. BrookeTaylor
9. T12 F. Rochon
4. T10 K. Cheung
10. T1 L. Williams
5. T10 Y. Rubin
18.06 Exam 2 #1 Solutions
1. The row echelon form of
1 2 1 4
A is 0 1 2 3 . So we nd that a basis for R(AT ) is
0 0 0 0
and a basis for N (A) is cfw_(3, 2, 1, 0), (2, 3, 0, 1). Similarly, row
0 1
1 2
. So a basis for C(A) is cfw_(1, 0, 1), (0, 1, 2) and
18.06
Fall 2004
Quiz 1
October 13, 2004
Your name is:
Please circle your recitation:
1. M2 A. BrookeTaylor
7. T11 V. Angeltveit
2. M2 F. Liu
8. T12 V. Angeltveit
3. M3 A. BrookeTaylor
9. T12 F. Rochon
4. T10 K. Cheung
10. T1 L. Williams
5. T10 Y. Rubins