MATH 436 LINEAR ALGEBRA
PRACTICE QUIZ 0
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MIDTERM 1: 30 POINTS TOTAL
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HOMEWORK 2
Assigned 5/23, due 5/27 AOE.
We work through proving some properties of vector spaces, and look at
sums and direct sums of subspaces of a vector space.
Problem 1. Prove that the intersection of any collection of subspace
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HOMEWORK 7
Solutions
Assigned July 5, due July 11 AOE.
Problems 1-3 are review problems - dont need to hand these in
Problem 1. Suppose V is finite-dimensional and f : V W is a surjective
linear map. Show there exists a subspace U
MATH 436 LINEAR ALGEBRA
HOMEWORK 6
Problem 1. Prove the distributive properties for matrix addition and multiplication (when the multiplication makes sense).
Problem 2. Suppose V is a finite dimensional vector spaces with basis B
and W is a finite dimensi
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HOMEWORK 1
Solutions
Reading: pages 1-20 of Axler, Linear Algebra Done Right, Third Edition.
Please be sure you have the Third Edition, not the second.
The work in Problems 1-5 amounts to working through the axioms to
check each on
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HOMEWORK 5
Solutions
Assigned June 20, due June 26 AOE.
Problem 1. Prove that the composition of injective linear maps, when it is
defined, yields an injective linear map.
Suppose f : a b and g : B C are both injective and (g f )(v
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HOMEWORK 3
Solutions
Assigned May 30, due June 5 AOE.
Problem 1. Prove that if (v1 , . . . , vn ) spans V , then so does the list of
differences
(v1 v2 , v2 v3 , . . . , vn1 vn , vn )
We must write v in terms of the list of differe
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HOMEWORK 6
Solutions
Assigned June 27, due July 3 AOE.
Problem 1. Prove the distributive properties for matrix addition and multiplication (when the multiplication makes sense).
Suppose A, B, C are matrices such that A(B + C) makes
MATH 436 LINEAR ALGEBRA
HOMEWORK 1
Reading: pages 1-20 of Axler, Linear Algebra Done Right, Third Edition.
Please be sure you have the Third Edition, not the second.
The work in Problems 1-5 amounts to working through the axioms to
check each one. This re