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Lab on 3-dimensional coordinate system
Recall:
1. Give the coordinates of all the vertices of the following parallelepipeds.
a)
b)
2. Plot the following points in R3 :
a) (0, 0, 3)
b) (3, 0, 3
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LAB #9
Square Matrices
1. Which of the following matrices are diagonal, scalar, upper triangular, lower triangular,
symmetric, or antisymmetric?
300
000
a) 0 1 0 b) 0 2 1 c) [1] d)
001
001
g)
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LAB #8
Intersections and distances
1. Determine whether the lines L1 and L2 coincide, are parallel, intersect, or are skew. If
they do intersect, nd their point of intersection and their angle
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LAB #7
Lines and Planes
1. Find both symmetric and parametric equations for the line
a) through P (2, 1, 3) and perpendicular to the plane 2x + y = 1.
b) through P (1, 1, 1) and perpendicular
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LAB #5
Linear Dependence, Basis and Dimension
1. Are the following vectors linearly independent? If not, nd a dependency relationship.
a) [2, 0, 1], [3, 1, 4], [1, 2, 1]
b) [1, 1, 0], [0, 1, 1
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LAB #4
Subspaces - Linear Spans - Solution Spaces
1. Rewrite the following as a vector equation.
2x1 + 6x2 + x3
a) The linear system
x 1 + 5 x2
2x2 3x3
b) The matrix equation
7x4 = 1
1
x4 =
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LAB #3
Linear Systems
2x1 + 6x2 + x3 7x4 = 1
1
1. Given the m n -system
x1 + 5x2
x4 = 0
2
2x 3x
=5
2
3
a) What are m and n?
b) Write the system in matrix form.
2. Which of the following matr
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LAB #2
Basic Matrix Algebra
ab
cd
1. Find a, b, c and d if
=
c 3d d
.
2a + d a + b
2. Compute, where possible,
a) 3A 2B
b) 4AT 3C
A=
3 1 2
,C=
0
14
2
1
,B=
0 1
3. Solve 5X
c) B + 2DT
101
010
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LAB #1
Vectors - Norm and dot product
1. Given u and v (see sketch), draw each of the following vectors on separate sketches
using geometric constructions only.
a) u + v
b) u v
d) u + 2v
c) 2u
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LAB #8
Intersections and distances
1. Determine whether the lines L1 and L2 coincide, are parallel, intersect, or are skew. If
they do intersect, nd their point of intersection and their angle