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Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 Name (Last, First): 1. Inside of the vector space R3 , consider the set of vectors S = {(1, 2, 3), (4, 5, 6), (7, 8, 9)} Find a basis for and the dimension of the span of S .

Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 Name (Last, First): 2. Let S = {v1 , v2 , v3 , v4 } be a set of vectors inside of the vector space R3 . Suppose that the subset = {v1 , v2 , v3 } is a basis of R3 . Prove that if v4 is nonzero, there is a subset of S containing v4 that is also a basis of R3 . (Extra credit: Is your subset unique? How many such subsets are there?)

Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 Name (Last, First): 3. State what it means for a vector space to be innite-dimensional. Prove that the vector space P (R) of real polynomials is innite-dimensional.

Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 Name (Last, First): 4. Decide if each of the following statements is TRUE or FALSE. If true, provide a proof. If false, provide a counterexample. a) Inside of the vector space R2 , if we set W1 = span{(1, 0)} and have another subspace W2 such that R2 = W1 W2 , then W2 contains the vector (0, 1).

b) Inside of the vector space R3 , consider the subspaces W1 = span{(1, 1, 0), (0, 1, 1)} and W2 = span{(1, 1, 1)}. Then we have R3 = W1 W2 .

Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 Name (Last, First): 5. Consider the vector space P3 (R) of real polynomials of degree 3. For each of the following subsets, decide whether it is a subspace or not, and when it is a subspace calculate its dimension. a) W = {p(x) P3 (R) | p(0) = p(1)}

Midterm 1, MATH 110, Linear Algebra, Fall 2012 6. State what it means for a eld to have characteristic 2. Suppose F is a eld and a F is a nonzero element such that a = a. Prove that the characteristic of F equals 2.

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