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HP 50g Working with matrices

The MatrixWriter form The Matrix.. part of the MTH (MATH) CHOOSE box Practice solving problems involving matrices

press !². This is indicated by the square present next to the !!!GO!! menu label. Figure 3 The Matrix. This form is called the MatrixWriter. !!!GO!! and !!GO°!. Continue entering rows of data into the matrix until done. this screen works like any spreadsheet. and then use the arrow keys to go back to where you were.. Enter numbers and they will go in the highlighted cell. The menu labels at the lower left corner of the screen. determine the direction the cursor moves after a data point has been entered. either right to the next column or down to the next row. The cursor will move to the right into the second column where the second data value should be keyed with the `key pressed to accept this value.hp calculators HP 50g Working with matrices The MatrixWriter form The HP 50g contains a wonderful form built-in to facilitate the entry of matrices. If the matrix being entered has more than two columns of data. After entering a matrix. At this point. To start the MatrixWriter. the screen would look something like this: Figure 2 To accept the data as input. The screen below is displayed to allow for the entry of data into a matrix. In this example. press the ` key to accept the change. press the `key and the matrix will be placed on the first level of the stack. continue entering the data until done. To change the way the cursor will move. If a column is too small to show the data entered. the selection is to move right after each data point has been entered. part of the MTH (MATH) CHOOSE box The Math menu is accessed from the WHITE shifted function of the Pkey by pressing !´. Figure 4 hp calculators -2- HP 50g Working with matrices . Use the ˜ and š keys to move back to the first column and enter the second row of data (if any). Enter the first data value by keying in the numbers and pressing the `key. key in the correction. the !!!WID!! and !!±WID!!! menu keys may be used to expand or shrink the area displayed for each column. Figure 1 In many ways. a CHOOSE box is displayed with a number of choices allowing problems to be solved with different math functions on the HP 50g calculator. If at any time you notice a mistake in the data. use the arrow keys to go back to the incorrect data value. When pressed. the cursor will be in column 3. and it is the ORANGE shifted function of the ³ key. press the menu label for the direction desired and the square in the menu label will change accordingly.

Figure 6 Solution: To find the determinant. If this function is used frequently. either press 2`or ˜` to display the list of matrix functions. The practice problems will illustrate only a few of these. but deal with probability. Figure 5 There are a large number of functions available to use on matrices. all at the same time. The third choice allows for the manipulation of lists and for using lists to apply mathematical functions to a list of numbers.hp calculators HP 50g Working with matrices The first choice allows for calculations dealing with vectors. Choices seven through eleven are not displayed in the screen above. Practice solving problems involving matrices Example 1: What is the determinant of the matrix shown below? Assume RPN mode. !´ 2`2`8 Figure 7 ` hp calculators -3- HP 50g Working with matrices . in the MATRIX. To access that second-level CHOOSE box. complex numbers.. there are several ways to access it much more quickly. use the MatrixWriter to enter the matrix as shown. second-level CHOOSE box. The function can also be spelled out using the ~~det letter keys and pressing `. A USER key assignment can be made (which is discussed in another of these training aids). The determinant function is found in the MTH (MATH) CHOOSE box. The 50g is very flexible. The sixth choice displays functions dealing with numbers in different bases. !² 5`10`6`4`˜ššš 1`7`3`8` 5`9`1`4` 6`2`8`10`` The matrix should now be on the first level of the stack as shown above. The fifth selection provides a list of many functions that can be applied to real numbers. in the NORMALIZE third-level CHOOSE box as function number 8. We are interested in the second choice for working with matrices. constants and a choice dealing with several special functions. The fourth function provides access to the hyperbolic trigonometric functions. fast fourier transformations. The second choice provides access to many functions for working with matrices. The solution shown below will use the CHOOSE box approach. The function can be placed in a CUSTOM menu.

use the MatrixWriter to enter the matrix as shown. !² 3`9`4`˜šš 10`8`2` 8`6`1`` The matrix should now be on the first level of the stack as shown above. Assume Algebraic mode. !´2`2`10 Figure 10 ` Since we are in algebraic mode for this example. Figure 9 Solution: To transpose the matrix and find the inverse. the TRAN() command is copied to the command line and is looking for a matrix to transpose as an argument to the function. use the TRAN command.hp calculators HP 50g Working with matrices Figure 8 Answer: Example 2: The determinant of the matrix is –2. Figure 12 hp calculators -4- HP 50g Working with matrices . we can use !îto fill in the argument needed. Figure 11 Since the matrix is in the first level of the command stack.432. Transpose the matrix shown below and find the inverse of the transposed matrix. To transpose the matrix. which is the 10th command of the NORMALIZE CHOOSE box (which makes it two below the DET command used in the previous example).

hp calculators -5- HP 50g Working with matrices . If desired. Figure 15 or as shown in the !!TEXT!! viewpoint: Figure 16 Example 3: What are the characteristic roots (or eigenvalues) of the matrix shown below? Assume RPN mode. to find the inverse of this transposed matrix. IB Answer: The inverse of the transposed matrix is shown below. the transposed matrix is in the first level of the command stack. In algebraic mode. The arrow keys allow the view to be moved around on the screen. Figure 13 Finding the inverse of a matrix can be done by pressing the Y key.hp calculators HP 50g Working with matrices When ` is pressed. this will place the INV() function (which is how the reciprocal function is displayed as a text command) on the command line looking for a matrix to serve as the argument for the function. Sine the transposed matrix is on the first level of the command stack. we can use the !!VIEW!! function (which is above the Bkey) from the I menu to take a closer look at the solution. press !!TEXT!! to see the matrix in a different format. press: Y!î` The inverse is displayed as shown below (assuming EXACT mode): Figure 14 Since this matrix may scroll off the top of the screen.

!² 6W`3`˜š3`6W `` The matrix should now be on the first level of the stack as shown above. second-level CHOOSE box as function number 8. use the MatrixWriter to enter the matrix as shown. in the MATRIX. !´2`8 Figure 18 ` Figure 19 Answer: The characteristic roots or eigenvalues are –3 and –9.hp calculators HP 50g Working with matrices Figure 17 Solution: To find the characteristic roots. The eigenvalues function is found in the MTH (MATH) CHOOSE box.. hp calculators -6- HP 50g Working with matrices .

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