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Section-B4901DOA: 18/09/09Course Code:MTH101DOS: 05/12/09

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B4901A01

Illustrate the definition of rank and its characteristics by columnvectors with a 3X4 matrix. Show that for a square matrix the linear dependence of the row vectors implies that of the column vectorsand conversely. Show that for a non square matrix either the rowvectors or the column vectors must always be linearly dependent.

B4901A02

The rank of the product of two matrices cannot exceed the rank of either factor. Illustrate this with examples. The rank r of the productof an mxn matrix A of rank and an nxp matrix B of ranksatisfies +n (=the smaller of .Illustrate this with examples. Find the example in which bothequality signs hold.

B4901A03

Application of Eigen values: An elastic membrane in theplane with boundary circle is stretched so that a pointP:( goes over into the point Q: ( given by y= = AX=. Find the principal directions, that is, the directions of the position vector X of P for which the direction of the positionvector y is the same or exactly opposite. What shape does theboundary circle take under this deformation

B4901A04

Prove the following statements and illustrate them with examples of your own choice.Here, are the (not necessarily distinct)eigen values of a given matrix A=(i)If A is real, its eigen values are real or complex conjugates inpairs.(ii) exists if and only if 0 is not an eigen value of A. It has theeigen values

,

B4901A05

Prove the following statements and illustrate them with examples of your own choice. Here, are the (not necessarily distinct)eigen values of a given matrix A=(i)Trace of A equals the sum of its eigen values

(ii)has the eigen values ,, and the same eigenvectors as A.

B4901A09

Prove that the product of two orthogonal matrices is orthogonal,and so is the inverse of an orthogonal matrix. What does this meanin terms of rotations?

B4901A010

Prove that the product of the two unitary matrices (of the samesize) and the inverse of a unitary matrix are unitary. Giveexamples. Powers of unitary matrices occurring in applications maysometimes be familiar real matrices. Show that for A in

B4901A11

A real quadratic form Q= and its symmetric matrix C= aresaid to be positive definite if Q>0 for all . Anecessary and sufficient condition for positive definiteness is thatall the determinantsarepositive. Show that the form 4

is positivedefinite

,

whereas

is not positive definite.

B4901A12

Find out what type of conic section the following quadratic formrepresents and transform it to principal axes Q=

B4901A14

Prove that if a real sequence is bounded and monotone, itconverges.

B4901A15

Illustrate the definition of rank and its characteristics by columnvectors with a 3X4 matrix. Show that for a square matrix the linear dependence of the row vectors implies that of the column vectorsand conversely. Show that for a non square matrix either the rowvectors or the column vectors must always be linearly dependent.

B4901A16

The rank of the product of two matrices cannot exceed the rank of either factor. Illustrate this with examples. The rank r of the productof an mxn matrix A of rank and an nxp matrix B of ranksatisfies +n (=the smaller of .Illustrate this with examples. Find the example in which bothequality signs hold.

B4901A17

Application of Eigen values: An elastic membrane in theplane with boundary circle is stretched so that a pointP:( goes over into the point Q: ( given by y= = AX=

. Find the principal directions, that is, the directions of the position vector X of P for which the direction of the positionvector y is the same or exactly opposite. What shape does theboundary circle take under this deformation

B4901A18

Prove the following statements and illustrate them with examples of your own choice.Here, are the (not necessarily distinct)eigen values of a given matrix A=(i)If A is real, its eigen values are real or complex conjugates inpairs.(ii) exists if and only if 0 is not an eigen value of A. It has theeigen values

,

B4901A19

Prove the following statements and illustrate them with examples of your own choice. Here, are the (not necessarily distinct)eigen values of a given matrix A=(i)Trace of A equals the sum of its eigen values(ii)has the eigen values ,, and the same eigenvectors as A.

B4901A20

Prove that the product of two orthogonal matrices is orthogonal,and so is the inverse of an orthogonal matrix. What does this meanin terms of rotations?

B4901A21

Prove that the product of the two unitary matrices (of the samesize) and the inverse of a unitary matrix are unitary. Giveexamples. Powers of unitary matrices occurring in applications maysometimes be familiar real matrices. Show that for A in

B4901A22

A real quadratic form Q= and its symmetric matrix C= aresaid to be positive definite if Q>0 for all . Anecessary and sufficient condition for positive definiteness is thatall the determinantsarepositive. Show that the form 4

is positivedefinite

,

whereas

is not positive definite.

B4901A24

Find out what type of conic section the following quadratic form

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