程序代写案例-MATH1002

Semester 1, 2017
The University of Sydney
School of Mathematics and Statistics
MATH1002
Linear Algebra
June 2017 Lecturers: B. Armstrong,
D. Badziahin, A. Casella, T.-Y. Chang, J. Ching,
R. Haraway, V. Nandakumar, A. Thomas
Time Allowed: Writing - one and a half hours; Reading - 10 minutes
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This examination consists of 12 pages, numbered from 1 to 12.
There are 3 questions, numbered from 1 to 3.
Marker’s use
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There are three questions in this section, each with a number of parts. Write your answers
in the space provided. If you need more space there are extra pages at the end of the
examination paper.
1. (a) Let v = 2e1 − e2 + 3e3 and w = 4e1 − 3e2 + e3.
(i) Find the area of the parallelogram inscribed by the vectors v and w.
(ii) Is the parallelogram inscribed by the vectors v and w a rectangle? Either
prove that it is, or prove that it isn’t.
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(b) Let P be the plane with general equation 3x−4y+ z = 5. What are the parametric
equations of the line L that is perpendicular to the plane P and passes through the
point Q = (2, 1,−7)?
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(c) Let A =
[
a b
c d
]
and suppose that for all vectors v =
[
v1
v2
]
and w =
[
w1
w2
]
,
(Av) · (Aw) = v ·w.
Prove that if B =
[
a c
b d
]
then BA = I.
[Hint: consider particular vectors v and w.]
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2. (a) A quadratic polynomial P (x) = ax2 + bx + c satisfies P (1) = 1, P (2) = 2 and
P (4) = 3. Find a, b and c.
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(b) Find the value(s) of the parameter a such that the following system of linear equa-
tions is inconsistent.
x+ 2y + z = 1
2x+ 4y + az = 2
x+ 2ay + 2z = −1
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(c) You are given that the matrix M =
 0 −2 18 −15 6
21 −36 14
 satisfies the equation
M3 = −M2 −M − I.
Compute M25.
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3. (a) Let
A =
[
0 4
1 0
]
.
Find a diagonal matrix D so that A = PDP−1 for some invertible matrix P . You
do not need to find the matrices P or P−1.
(b) You are given that the matrix
B =
−1 0 32 −1 5
1 1 0

has λ = −2 as one of its eigenvalues. Find the (−2)-eigenspace of B.
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(c) Let C and D be n× n matrices, with D invertible. Prove that if λ is an eigenvalue
of C, then λ2 is an eigenvalue of D−2C2D2.
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