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How can I prove that the space spanned by two vectors in R^n is a line through the origin, a plane through the origin, or the origin itself?
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How can i prove that the solution set of a homogeneous linear system in n unknowns is a subspace of R^n?
 updated 6 days ago
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Prove that if A is an matrix mxn, then the solution set of the homogeneous linear system Ax=0 consists of all vectors in R^N that are
ortho…
 updated 6 days ago
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Which of the following sets of vectors in R^4 are linearly dependent?
Please see attached image.
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A set of vectors in R^n is linearly dependent if the determinant is zero. Is this statement true?
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Is the set of all 2x2 invertible matrices with the standard matrix addition and scalar multiplication under vector space?
 updated 14 days ago
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Find a general solution of the system below to confirm the system is homogeneous.
x+y+z=1
2x+3y=0
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Find the vector and parametric equations of the line in R^2 that passes through the origin and is orthogonal to v, where v = (2,3).
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Application of Cramer's Rule to Trigonometry for a scalene Triangle. I will attach a photo of the details and question.
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How do I go about to approach this vector theorem? I will attach the image.
 updated 19 days ago
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How do the points A(1,1,1), B(2,0,3) and C(3,1,1) form the vertices of a right triangle?
 updated 19 days ago
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How can I show that if A is a square matrix, then det(A^T A) = det(A A^T)?
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How can I prove this for every 2x2 Matrix A?
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Using linear algebra, analyze the given electrical circuits by finding the unknown currents. i will attach the image
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Using linear algebra, analyze the given electrical circuits by finding the unknown currents.
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Is the product of commuting skewsymmetric matrices skew symmetric? Explain
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look at this. Prove: If A^T * A=A, then $A$ is symmetric and A=A^2.
i have,
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Given the matrices A and x,
solve:
a) Ax=x for x
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Do you think that every 2x2 matrix has at least one square root? How can I explain this?
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Given matrix A= 3 1
2 1
Compute p(A), where p(x) = x2
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Do you think that every 2x2 matrix has at lease one square root? any explanation would be helpful.
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How many 3x3 matrices 'A' can you find such that
x x+y
A y = xy
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Determine the values of 'a' for which the system has no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions:
x + 2y = 1
2x + (a…
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Determine the values of 'a' for which the system has no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions:
x + 2y  3z = 4
3x …
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Determine the values of 'a' for which the system has no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions:
x + 2y  3z = 4
3x …
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Find the solution set of the linear equation by using parameters as necessary.
3x+5y+4z=7
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Write a system of linear equations consisting of three equations in three unknowns with
(a) no solutions.
(b) exactly one solution.
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Find the area of the surface obtained by rotating
y = cosh x
over [−ln 2, ln 2] around the x–axis.
 updated 6 months ago
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HELP: Volume using integral. The region is the first quadrant bounded by the parabola y=x^2, the y axis, and the line y=1 is revolved around…
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how to do tan inverse (x) when x = 1 and 0
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