[answered] Math 125 - Section B1, Fall 2016 Assignment #9 Due: Wednesd

Math 125 ? Section B1, Fall 2016

Assignment #9

Due: Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

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0 ?2 2 ?3 0 Question 1. Let A = . Find det(A) in two ways:

2

0 ?2

0

4 ?2 5

3

a) using cofactor expansion along the row or column of your choice, and

b) by applying elementary row / column operations to A to obtain a triangular matrix. Question 2.

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a b

a + 4c b + 4d a) If C =

and det(C) = 2, find det .

c d

a

b

&quot; # &quot; b) Let A and B be 3 ? 3 matrices. If det(AT ) = 4 and det(2A?1 B 3 ) = 54. Find:

i) det(B)

c) Suppose that P is an n ? n matrix such that P T P 3 = I, where I is the n ? n identity matrix.

Question 3. Consider the linear system 0

1 1

1

1

0 1

1

2

2 ?1 x1

0 1 x2 0 = .

1 x3 0

1

x4

1 This system has a unique solution. Use Cramer?s rule to find x3 .

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