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Math 312

Oct. 11, 2012

Printed Name

Exam 1

Jerry L. Kazdan

12:00 – 1:20

**Directions This exam has two parts. Part A has shorter 5 questions, (10 points each so total
**

50 points) while Part B had 5 problems (15 points each, so total is 75 points). Maximum score is

thus 125 points.

Closed book, no calculators or computers– but you may use one 300 × 500 card with notes on both

sides. Clarity and neatness count.

Part A: Five short answer questions (10 points each, so 50 points).

A–1. Which of the following sets are linear spaces? [If not, why not?]

a) The points ~x = (x1 , x2 , x3 ) in R3 with the property x1 − 2x3 = 0.

Score

A-1

A-2

A-3

A-4

b) The set of points (x, y) ∈ R2 with y = x2 .

A-5

B-1

B-2

B-3

c) In R2 , the span of the linearly dependent vectors

1

−1

−1

.

and

1

B-4

B-5

Total

d) The set of solutions ~x of A~x = 0, where A is a 4 × 3 matrix.

e) The set of polynomials p(x) of degree at most 2 with p0 (1) = 0.

Let S and T be linear spaces and L : S → T be a linear map. . b) Find another solution (other than w ~ ) of L~x = ~y2 . ~v2 . 2 a b c d with a + d = 0. a) Find some solution of L~x = 2~y1 − 2~y2 . Find a basis and A–3. Say ~v1 and ~v2 are (distinct!) solutions of the equations L~x = ~y1 while w ~ is a solution of L~x = ~y2 . and w ~.Name (print) A–2. Answer the following in terms of ~v1 . Let S be the linear space of 2 × 2 matrices A = compute the dimension of S .

Let A be a 5 × 3 matrix so A~x : R3 → R5 is a linear transformation. a) If A : R5 → R5 . Answer the following with a brief explanation. a) Is A~x = ~b necessarily solvable for all ~b in R5 ? b) Suppose the kernel of A is one dimensional.Name (print) 3 A–4. What is the dimension of the image of A? . what are the possible dimensions of the kernel of B ? The image of B ? A–5. Say you have a matrix A. what are the possible dimensions of the kernel of A? The image of A? b) If B : R5 → R3 .

Name (print) Part B Five questions. 4 . 15 points each (so 75 points total). Let Q = 0 1 0 0 −1 a) Find the inverse of Q. 1 1 0 1 . B–1. b) Find the inverse of Q2 .

Find a matrix that represents M in the standard basis for R2 . . then B . and finally C . x2 ) Let M be the linear map that first applies A. so (x1 . B . • C orthogonal projection onto the vertical axis.Name (print) 5 B–2. Define the linear maps A. and C from R2 → R2 by the rules • A rotates vectors by π/2 radians counterclockwise. x2 ) → (0. • B reflects vectors across the horizontal axis.

b) Give an example where the matrix AB : R2 → R2 is invertible. Let A : R3 → R2 and B : R2 → R3 be given matrices. 6 . a) Show that BA : R3 → R3 cannot be invertible.Name (print) B–3.

Name (print) 7 3 2 B–4. Finda basis for the linear space of matrices A : R → R whose kernels contain the vector 1 ~x := 0 . −2 .

d) Is L invertible? Why or why not?.Name (print) 8 B–5. a) Find the matrix representation [L]B of L using the basis B = {1. x2 }. b) Find a basis for the kernel of L (you may use your matrix [L]B ). Let L : P2 → P2 be the linear map that send a polynomial p(x) (of degree at most 2) to p00 (x) + 3p(x). c) Find a basis for the image of L (you may use your matrix [L]B ). x. .

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