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Answers to Exercises
Linear Algebra
Jim Hefferon
21
13
1 23 1
21
x
1
·
13
x
·
1 2
x
·
3 1
21
68
6 28 1

Notation
R
,
R
+
,
R
n
real numbers, reals greater than 0,
n
-tuples of reals
N
natural numbers:
{
0
,
1
,
2
,...
}
C
complex numbers
{
...
...
}
set of ... such that ...(
a..b
), [
a..b
] interval (open or closed) of reals between
a
and
b
...
sequence; like a set but order matters
V,W,U
vector spaces
v,  w
vectors

0,

0
zero vector, zero vector of
B,D
bases
n
=
e
1
, ..., e
n
standard basis for
R
n
 β, δ
basis vectorsRep
B
(
v
) matrix representing the vector
n
set of
n
-th degree polynomials
M
n
×
m
set of
n
×
m
matrices[
] span of the set
direct sum of subspaces
=
isomorphic spaces
h,g
homomorphisms, linear maps
H,G
matrices
t,s
transformations; maps from a space to itself
T,
square matricesRep
B,D
(
h
) matrix representing the map
hh
i,j
matrix entry from row
i
, column
j
|
|
determinant of the matrix
(
h
)
,
(
h
) rangespace and nullspace of the map
h
(
h
)
,
(
h
) generalized rangespace and nullspace
Lower case Greek alphabet
name character name character name characteralpha
α
iota
ι
rho
ρ
beta
β
kappa
κ
sigma
σ
gamma
γ
lambda
λ
tau
τ
delta
δ
mu
µ
upsilon
υ
epsilon
nu
ν
phi
φ
zeta
ζ
xi
ξ
chi
χ
eta
η
omicron
o
psi
ψ
theta
θ
pi
π
omega
ω
Cover.
This is Cramer’s Rule for the system
x
1
+ 2
x
2
= 6, 3
x
1
+
x
2
= 8. The size of the ﬁrst box is thedeterminant shown (the absolute value of the size is the area). The size of the second box is
x
1
times that, andequals the size of the ﬁnal box. Hence,
x
1
is the ﬁnal determinant divided by the ﬁrst determinant.

These are answers to the exercises in
Linear Algebra
by J. Hefferon. Corrections or comments arevery welcome, email to jimjoshua.smcvt.edu An answer labeled here as, for instance, One.II.3.4, matches the question numbered 4 from the ﬁrst chapter, second section, and third subsection. The Topics are numbered separately.

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