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|1||Sept. 6||Section 1.1||6/7,8,14,15,18|
Write a well written proof
for problem A, given below.
Problem B, given below.
|209/1,4,6,11,14,15,20, and problem C
A. Finish the proof given in class that the inverse of a linear function is also a linear function, by proving:
Let T:Rn → Rn be a linear function which is invertible, and let S be its inverse. Then for all x in Rn , and all real numbers r, we have S(rx) = rS(x).
B. Let T:Rn → Rn be a linear function that is represented by a matrix A. Suppose that the matrix A is invertible, ie that there is a matrix B with AB = BA = In. Prove that T is one-to-one and onto. (This is the converse of what we proved in class.)
C. Prove that if a vector v in Rn satisfies v · w = 0 for all w in Rn, then v= 0. Combine this with the result of problem 1 (p. 209) to prove that for any matrix A, and any vectors v and w, we have (image(A))¬ = ker(AT). (The ¬ sign is supposed to be the upside down T denoting orthogonal complement, but I couldn't get it to some out on the web page.)
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