Math 121B Linear Algebra
Quiz 1, April 11
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Problem I: True or False. Circle the answer please.
T/F
Let A be a square matrix. If B is the matrix given by multiplying each entry of
A by 2, then detB = 2 detA.
False, in general we have det (IA) = n A fo
121B: Quiz 8
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Exercise 1 (5 points) Give a representative in Jordan normal form of all similarity
classes of
121B: Quiz 2
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Exercise 1: Let V = P (R) (vector space of polynomials
121B: Quiz 4
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Exercise 1 (7 pts):
Let
2
A= 1
1
1
2
1
1
1 .
2
Find an orthogonal matrix P and a diagonal matr
121B: Quiz 6
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Exercise 1 (10 = 3.33333 + 3.33333 + 3.33334 pts):
Consider the real 2 2 matrices A and B give
121B: Quiz 1
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Exercise 1: Let T : R4 R4 be the linear operator defined by
T (a, b, c, d) = (a +
121B: Quiz 5
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Exercise 1 (10 pts):
Let
A=
1
2
2
1
.
Pk
Find the spectral decomposition of A, that is, write
121B: Quiz 3
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Exercise 1:
Find the minimal solution to the following
MATH 121B, SPRING 2011
PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR THE FINAL
Problem 1. Suppose that T : V V is an invertible diagonalizable
linear operator. Show that T 1 is also diagonalizable.
Problem 2. Let
1 3 0
A = 0 2 1
0 0 0
Show that A is diagonalizable over R and fi
121B: Quiz 7
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Exercise 1 (10 = 2 + 1 + 3 + 4 pts):
Consider the 3 3 real matrix A given by
3 1 2
A = 1 1 2 .
Math 121B Linear Algebra
Quiz 5, May 21
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Problem
I: Consider the standard inner product on V = R3 . Give an orthonormal
1
basis of Span(1) .
0
1
0
2
1 , 0
One possible basis is cfw_
2
1
0
0
1
2
Problem II: Consider points
,
,
. Use the least squar
Math 121B
Linear Algebra II
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Liang Xiao
Spring 2013
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MIDTERM
Friday, May 3, 2013
You have 50 minutes to complete the exam. Do all work on this exam, i.e., on the page
of the respective assignment. Indicate clearly, when you continue yo
Math 121B Linear Algebra
Quiz 2, April 18
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Problem I: Let A Mn (C) be a matrix whose characteristic polynomial is (2t)4 (3t)3 .
Suppose that dim E2 = 2 and dim E3 = 1. Write down the possible Jordan canonical forms
that A can take (up to reordering t
Math 121B Linear Algebra
Quiz 3, April 25
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Problem I: Let A be a complex matrix whose characteristic polynomial is (t 3)10 .
Assume that we know dim E3 = 4 and dim N (A 3I )2 = 7. What are the possibilities of
the Jordan canonical form of A?
Solution
Math 121B Linear Algebra
Quiz 4, May 14
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Problem I: Let cfw_v1 , v2 be an orthonormal basis for an inner product on R2 . What is
|3v1 + 4v2 |?
By orthonormality, vi , vj = ij . By expanding the square of the norm, we have
|3v1 + 4v2 |2 = 3v1 + 4v2 ,