et A and B be 2*2 matrices such that
2A+3B= 1 2
-1 -2
Atranspose +B transpose=-1 3
-7 6
Compute A and B

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one sec I'll do it real quick

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maybe not quickly

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:D take ur time:)

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ooooo right bad at addition, woops

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u can attach a picture of ur paper with solution

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check to see if these work correctly:
A = |-4 -23|
|16 -5|

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B = |3 26|
|-7 8|

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may u send me ur steps also

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nono B = |3 16|
|-7 8|

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umm it's fairly illegible

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just attach a picture with ur steps and btw its perfectly right:)

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the camera on my phone is pretty terrible, can't read my writing in pencil

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steps I used: A^T + B^T = (A+B)^T thus:
a11 + b11 = -1
a22+ b22 = 6
a12 + b12 = -7
a21 + b21 = 3
and i solved for the a values and plugged them into the other set of equations

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which are:
2a11 + 2b11 = 1
2a12 + 3b12 = 2
2a21 + 3b21 = -1
2a22+ 3b22 = -2

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which gave me the values for B matrix then I plugged those values back into the first set of equations to get my A matrix

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thanks alot:)

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yep, matricies are fun!

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wants alot of them?:D

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hit me with another one, I'm tired of my linear algebra studying anyway

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Let A be a 2*2 matrix Prove that if det(a)not equal zero then the inverse is given by A^-1=(1/det(A))adj(A)

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check that alsoo s

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hmm, i konw it has to do with the cofactor expansion, let me chew on that a sec

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err, cofactor matrix

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??

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thinking on it, I should really know this.

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ok :) take ur time

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from cramer's rule we get:\[x_{j} = \det(A _{i}(e _{j})) / \det(A)\]
thus \[x _{ij} = (1/\det(A))C _{ji}\]
which gives us:\[A^{-1} = X = (1/\det(A))[C _{ji}] = (1/\det(A))[C _{ij}]^T\]

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and \[[C _{ij}]^T = adj(A)\]

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might need an Assume the \[\det(A) \ne 0\]

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??

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i pieced together a few statements, I'm pretty sure that is the right aproach but can't tell you how to do it exactly

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and about the attachment did u check it? may u please check it:)

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couldn't load it

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramer's_rule

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thanks:) i will send u the attachment again

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you there?

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yeah sorry lost the connection

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thats the Gauss Jordan algorithm metod whats about the adjugates

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are u there?

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wouldn't let me type, look at both

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perfect:)

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want more?

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sure

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start a new thread though

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ohh sorry ok:)

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