0 Up votes0 Down votes

14 views6 pagesJan 26, 2011

© Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

14 views

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

- Neuromancer
- The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and
- How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking
- Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
- Chaos: Making a New Science
- The Joy of x: A Guided Tour of Math, from One to Infinity
- How to Read a Person Like a Book
- Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything
- The Wright Brothers
- The Other Einstein: A Novel
- The 6th Extinction
- The Housekeeper and the Professor: A Novel
- The Power of Discipline: 7 Ways it Can Change Your Life
- The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure
- A Short History of Nearly Everything
- The Kiss Quotient: A Novel
- The End of Average: How We Succeed in a World That Values Sameness
- Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die
- Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions
- The Universe in a Nutshell

You are on page 1of 6

TUTORIAL 1

C be a 1× 3 matrix D be a 4 × 6 matrix

Determine whether or not the following matrix operations are possible, and

if they are, find the size of the resultant matrix.

(a) AD (b) CA (c) AC

(d) AD + CA (e) AB (f) BT A

(g) BT A + D T

2 3 5

2. If A = 1 7 4 , form the transpose A T and determine the matrix A T I

8 0 6

1 −2 2

3. The matrix A is defined as A = 2 − 1 − 2 . It is given that AA T = k I

2 2 1

where I is an identity matrix.

(a) Find the value of k

(b) What can you conclude about the relationship between A and A T ?

a b

4. The matrix M is given by M = , where a + d = -1 and ad - bc = 1 .

c d

d -b

Show that M 2 = and deduce that M 2 + M + I = 0 .

- c a

4 4 −1

5. If A = − 3 − 3 a and A 2 = I , where I is the 3×3 identity matrix.

b c d

Find the value of a , b , c and d .

Tutorial 1 - 1

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

MALAYSIA FRANCE INSTITUTE

TUTORIAL 1

2 1

−1

a −3 5 83

(a) (b) 4

−3 a −2 1

23 16 4

−

−2 7 6 c −4 3

(c) 5 1 −2 (d) 2 1 c2

3 8 4 4 c −1 2

x +1 − 5 −6

7. Solve the equation −1 x 2 =0

−3 2 x +1

2−λ 7

3 6−λ

x 0 0

1

9. Find the value of x if det A = 2 0 6 = 12

7 6 1

3 2 4

10. Show that the square matrix A = 1 5 3 is a singular matrix.

−1 8 2

1 4 3

11. If A = 6 2 5 , determine A and adj A

1 7 0

Tutorial 1 - 2

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

MALAYSIA FRANCE INSTITUTE

TUTORIAL 1

12. Perform each row operation in order, (i) followed by (ii) followed by (iii) on

the given augmented matrix.

2 -5 -4 5 (ii) R3 = 3R1 + R3

-3 5 4 6 (iii) R3 = 4R2 + R3

2 -5 6 6 (ii) R3 = 3R1 + R3

3 3 4 6 (iii) R3 = 6R2 + R3

2 -5 3 -4 (ii) R3 = 3R1 + R3

-3 -6 4 6 (iii) R3 = 15R2 + R3

(i) determinant of the matrix

(ii) adjoint matrix

(iii) inverse matrix, if it exist of each of the following matrices

1 −1 3 2 −1 4

(a) 2 0 4 (b) 3 2 −1

6 − 2 22 5 −2 9

Tutorial 1 - 3

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

MALAYSIA FRANCE INSTITUTE

TUTORIAL 1

1 2 −3

14. Given the matrix A = 2 − 1 − 4 , find p , q and r if the cofactor matrix

5 1 3

1 p 7

of A is − 9 18 − q

r −2 −5

3 1 3

15. Given the matrix P = 3 2 1 , find a , b and c if the adjoint matrix of P

2 4 2

0 10 a

is − 4 b 6

8 − 10 c

2 1

16. Find the inverse of the matrix A = and hence find the matrices B

4 3

and C such that :

2 1 10 6 2 1 10 6

(a) B = (b) C =

4 3 10 7 4 3 10 7

p 3

17. Given A =

1 2

1 2 −3

(b) if A −1 = , find p and k

k − 1 5

Tutorial 1 - 4

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

MALAYSIA FRANCE INSTITUTE

TUTORIAL 1

ANSWER

1. (a) 3× 6 (b) 1× 4 (c) not possible

(d) not possible (e) not possible (f) 6× 4

(g) 6× 4

2 1 8

T

2. A = 3 7 0 , ATI = AT

5 4 6

3. (a) k =9 5. a =1, b = 3 , c = 4 , d = 0

(d) - c 4 + c3 − 16c 2 + 8c − 2

7. x1 = 3 , x 2 = 1.66 , x 3 = -6.66

1

8. λ1 = −1 , λ 2 = 9 9. x=-

3

− 35 21 14

11. A = 105 , adj(A ) = 5 − 3 13

40 − 3 − 22

12. (a) (i) 0 1 6 9 (b) (i) 0 1 −2 0

(ii) 0 − 4 − 11 0 (ii) 6 − 6 16 15

(iii) 0 0 13 36 (iii) 6 0 4 15

(c) (i) 0 1 −1 8

(ii) 0 − 15 10 − 12

(iii) 0 0 − 5 108

8 16 − 4

13. (a) (i) 16 (ii) − 20 4 2

−4 −4 2

12 1 − 14

5

(iii) −4 1

4 8

1

−1 − 14 1

4 8

Tutorial 1 - 5

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

MALAYSIA FRANCE INSTITUTE

TUTORIAL 1

16 1 −7

(b) (i) 0 (ii) − 32 − 2 14

− 16 − 1 7

(iii) inverse does not exist

14. p = -26 , q = -9 , r = -11

15. a = -5 , b = 0 , c = 3

3 1 11

16. (a) (b) 10

2

1 2 − 10 − 5

3

17. (a) p= (b) p=5, k=7

2

Tutorial 1 - 6

MATHEMATICS UNIT-TF-UNIKL MFI

NBB

- Basic Math SymbolsUploaded byNur Isyahida Tuan Ismail
- zoho.pdfUploaded byloga surya
- Advanced Eng Alg. OutlineUploaded bylesterPECE
- ejercicio 8Uploaded byWalter Ortega
- Math1001 2015 Sem-1 CrawleyUploaded byDoonkie
- ECE1250S14_M2LectProbs.pdfUploaded byel_ruso__83
- Matrix_(mathematics).pdfUploaded byTeka Kam
- Working with Vectors and Matrices.pdfUploaded byMauricio Lagos Rogers
- Hp 48gII User's Guide EnglishUploaded byFabio Di Fusco
- MATLABUploaded byshrekkie29
- matrix notesUploaded byapi-236842331
- XII CS QPUploaded byHItesh Patre
- DeterminantUploaded byMaths Home Work 123
- Chapter 2 ReviewUploaded bytree5215
- Lecture 02 TueUploaded byAriel
- QuantumComputing-Loceff.pdfUploaded bybbscribed
- 07 Rr320203 Modelling of Power System ComponentsUploaded byandhracolleges
- B. Com. 1st and 2nd Semesters w.e.f. 2013-2014 (1)Uploaded bymr223131
- ps4.pdfUploaded byGurvir Singh
- kolkoUploaded byhari1zzz
- 12 2009 Sample Paper Mathematics 04Uploaded byAkanksha Yash Kathuria
- IISUploaded byrushikes80
- White_6ed_P5.21Uploaded bySahata Manurung
- dekker_2002_socialnetworksaffectUploaded byManal Rfpytrgf
- L27JVpZoz_Y.pdfUploaded byHendri Hermawan
- Programming for future Engr.Uploaded byPeter Onyebuchi
- CS (S) Dec 2005Uploaded byapi-3782519
- An Optimality Property of the Integer Least-squares EstimatorUploaded byYaseen Muhammad
- practicalUploaded byKaif Bijali
- StataMata.beamer.uksuG14Uploaded byMichael Ray

- A Proof of the Cayley-hamilton TheoremUploaded byalir
- 1.2 MatricesUploaded byNur Liyani
- Numpy.linalg.eig — NumPy v1.11 ManualUploaded byHarilal Remesan
- matrix problems and calculus.pdfUploaded byMiller Dias
- DRMAC VESELIC - 2008-Siam-new Fast and Accurate Jacobi Svd AlgorithmUploaded byJulio Cesar Barraza Bernaola
- Diagonal Matrices, Inverse MatrixUploaded byindelam
- Matrix AlgorithmsUploaded byZachary Marion
- key encoding messages into matricesUploaded byapi-327831432
- Julia Basic CommandsUploaded byLazarus Pitt
- Book LinearUploaded bysjebitner
- M3001T Ppt AnimationUploaded bycheckarun
- DeterminantUploaded byhamon40
- The Matrix CookbookUploaded byDhillonv
- Linalg RefreshUploaded byAdvait
- 1 LN Numerical Methods - Matrices and DeterminantsUploaded byraylandee
- Chapter 2Uploaded byMohan Rao
- Kuttler LinearAlgebra Slides Matrices MatrixArithmetic HandoutUploaded byasdasdf1
- Class Test Mathematics # (Sir Ijaz Sb)Uploaded byQaisar Riaz
- Seeger - Low Rank Updates for the Cholesky Decomposition - CholupdateUploaded bygiunghi
- MatricesUploaded byvignanaraj
- 311_E_book2.pdfUploaded byVijaya
- A607156092_25099_22_2019_Unit-1_MatricesUploaded byShwet Kanwal
- 1977_Stable Adaptive Controller Design Part I- Direct Control (Narendra)Uploaded byademargcjunior
- 1 Matrices booklet.pdfUploaded byRebeccaPrivitera
- Matrices Det(S)Uploaded bykaran
- Notes Section 5 Eigenvalues and EigenvectorsUploaded byagonza70
- Inverse Iteration Method for Finding EigenvectorsUploaded by王轩
- Lecture3,DeterminantsUploaded byHisham Mostafa
- Www Programiz ComUploaded byanis ansari
- Elementary MatricesUploaded bydanielscrowe

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.