Recent questions in Linear Algebra

Linear Algebra

stifler_11
Choose a co-efficient that makes this system singular.
Choose a coefficient b that makes this system singular. Then choose a right side b that makes it solvable. Find two solutions in that singular case. ...
Madhuri.Agarwal
Problem from group theory
in a group G, e is the identity .x,y belongs to G such that (x^5)(y^3)=(x^8)(y^5)=e. which one true a)x=e but y not = eb)x=y=ec)x not= e and y not= e
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
mansoor6
By using the mathod of triangle
U+V+W=23U+3V-W=6U-V+W=1
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
Madhuri.Agarwal
Problem from group theory
in a group G, e is the identity .x,y belongs to G such that (x^5)(y^3)=(x^8)(y^5)=e. which one true a)x=e but y not = eb)x=y=ec)x not= e and y not= e
stifler_11
Choose a co-efficient that makes this system singular.
Choose a coefficient b that makes this system singular. Then choose a right side b that makes it solvable. Find two solutions in that singular case. ...
Madhuri.Agarwal
Problem from group theory
in a group G, e is the identity .x,y belongs to G such that (x^5)(y^3)=(x^8)(y^5)=e. which one true a)x=e but y not = eb)x=y=ec)x not= e and y not= e
stifler_11
Choose a co-efficient that makes this system singular.
Choose a coefficient b that makes this system singular. Then choose a right side b that makes it solvable. Find two solutions in that singular case. ...
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
Anjurie
Linear Algebra: Vectors
Show that |a+b|^2 + |a-b|^2 = 2|a|^2 +|b|^2
mansoor6
By using the mathod of triangle
U+V+W=23U+3V-W=6U-V+W=1