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数学代写|Assignment代写 - Math 223 Assignment

时间：2020-11-15

1. Sove the differential equation given the initial conditions x1(0) = =3, x2(0) = 4.
d
dtx1(t) = + x2(t) d
dtx2(t) = =2x1(t) ) 2x2(t)
2. You are given a 3 dimensional vector space V ⊆ R5
. Could there be a 3 × 6 (not a typo)
matrix A with nullspace of A being V ? Explain. Could there be 6×5 matrix B with nullspace
of B being V ? Explain. In either case, if you were given a basis for the three dimensional
space V , how would you find the desired matrix assuming it exists.
3. Consider the two planes π1: x x y + 2z = 3 and π2: x + 2y + 3z = 6.
a) Find the intersection of π1 and π2 in vector parametric form.
b) What is the angle (or just the cosine of the angle) formed by the two planes? (This is
defined as the angle between their normal vectors. A normal vector is a vector orthogonal
u u v for every u, v in the plane.)
c) Find the distance of the point ((1, 2, 2) to the plane π1. (That is, find the distance between
((1, 2, 2) and the closest point in π1.)
d) Find the equation of the plane parallel to π1 through the point (3, 2, 0).
e) Imagine the direction (0, 0, 1)T as pointing straight up from your current position (0, 0, 0)T
in 3-space and the plane π2 as a physical plane. If a marble is placed on π2 at the point
(6, 0, 0)T
, what direction will the marble roll under the influence of gravity?
4. Given a matrix A ∈ Rn×n
, we define the trace
tr(A) =
nXi=1
Ai,i,
i.e., the sum of the diagonal. This is an important quantity.
a) Let A, B ∈ Rn×n
. Show that tr(AB) = tr(BA). Hint: You may wish to express AB using
the dot products between rows of A and columns of B. To be precise, let u1, u2, ..., un be the
columns of AT
(rows of A) and v1, v2, ..., vn be the columns of B. Then (AB)i,j = ui · vj . You
can then show that tr(AB) is the dot product between AT and B (it’s up to you to define this
dot product between matrices).
b) Suppose that A can be diagonalized as A = MDM 1 where D is a diagonal matrix of
eigenvalues λ1, λ2, ..., λn. Show that
tr(A) =
nXi=1
λi.
Important note: The above equality is true even if A cannot be diagonalized. In other
words, let λ1, λ2, ..., λn be the n solutions to the characteristic equation det(A A λI) = 0.
By the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, there are always n solutions when counted with
multiplicity. These are the eigenvalues of A. Then
tr(A) =
nXi=1
λi.
You may use this fact without proof.
5. Let A be a n × n matrix of real entries satisfying A2 = =I. Show that
a) A is invertible (or nonsingular )
b) A has no real eigenvalues
c) n is even
d) (harder question) det(A) = 1. (Hint: Try using the previous question.)
6. Consider two vectors spaces U, V , subspaces of Rm. Define U + V = {u + v : u ∈ U, v ∈ V }.
(This is called the Minkowski sum.) Show that U + V is a vector space. Now show that
dim(U) + dim(V ) = dim(U ∩ V ) + dim(U + V ).
(Hint: if we have an m × n matrix A then n = dim(nullspace(A)) + rank(A). How should we
form A? )