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ISBN-10: 082478345X

ISBN-13: 9780824783457

A slightly lovely little booklet, written within the type of a textual content yet likely to be learn easily for excitement, during which the writer (Professor Emeritus of arithmetic on the U. of Kansas) explores the analog of the idea of capabilities of a fancy variable which comes into being whilst the complexes are re

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Have Added t i m es row t o row Then where E2j 4 A2 3 A3 = U, 4. U = A 3 = E3 4A2, and agaiPutntiweng thavehis alatounigetthlerower, wethaveriangular matrix. 49) then If E;- 1 = -m; · . 1 E! 1 E;; 1 is a product of unit lower triangular matrices. 50) · · THEOREM (a) The product of two lower triangular matrices is a lower triangular matrix. (b) The product of two unit lower triangular matrices is a unit lower triangular matrix. (c) Corresponding statements regarding upper triangular matrices are also true.

Letting ei(J) = Ej, B Then AX = 0 => Ek · · · E1AX = Ek · · · £ 10 = 0 => BX = 0. Thus any solu­ tion to AX = 0 is a solution to BX 0. By reversing the process, we can go the other way, so we are done. * (a) => (b). (Note. This part of the proof is really quite formal. ) We assume the matrix A is invertible. Pick B. We wish to show the equation AX = B has a solution X and that the solution is unique. EXISTENCE let To show there is a solution to AX Then X = A 1 B. = AX = A(A - 1 B) = (AA � 1)B B, knowing that = IB = B Thus this X works, so a solution exists.

Feb. Mar. Apr. ] of addition) = [bii + aii] (since addition in Prove A + (B + C) = (A + B) + C. Prove A + = A = + A. 17). Prove A(BC) = (AB)C if A is m x n, B is n x and C is x Prove A(B + C) = AB + AC, if A is m x n and B and C are n x + 0 0 p, p q. p. Inverses and Elementary Matrices In this section we continue to lay the groundwork for the matrix description of Gaussian elimination by covering inverses and elementary matrices. As a byproduct we also obtain a simple scheme for finding inverses.

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