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7. Give an example to show that a matrix can have more than one row echelon form. Solution. 0 1J 8. If A is an invertible = B 1 0 1 n * n matrix, show that the linear system has a unique solution. pivots of 1 AX What does this tell you about the number of At Solution. If AX = B and A * exists, then A l AX = A is the unique solution. 1 this means that 1 Bi so X = A ~lB A has n pivots. 3: Elementary Matrices 25 9. Show that each elementary row operation has an inverse which is also an elementary row operation.
What is the corresponding term in the expansion of det([a-• ] g g)? Solution. Draw the crossover diagram for the permutation and count the crossovers. There are 9 in all, so the permutation is odd. the determinant is therefore - The corresponding term of a a ii 2^a^8a4^flr)2afifia74a87# 2. The corresponding questions for the permutation 8, 5, 3, 2, 1, 7, 6, 9, 4. Solution. This time the crossover diagram has even a and the corresponding 18 term crossovers. of 18a25a33a42fl51a67a76a89a94- 3. Use the definition of a determinant to compute 33 the The permutation is determinant is Chapter Three: Determinants 34 1 -3 0 2 1 4 -1 0 1 Solution.
Similarly C, - CU to y - z and z - x are Chapter Three: Determinants 44 factors of D. Now D is a polynomial of degree 4 in x , y , z , and we have already found three factors of degree 1. The remaining factor must have degree 1 in have x , y , z . Suppose that it is D = (x - y)(y - z)(z - x)(ax + by + cz). If we interchange y , then D changes sign, as does (x - y)(y - z)(z - x). Thus + cz must be unchanged, that is, Therefore in ax -f by + cz. Then we so we can put the equation to conclude that z = 0, y = 1, ax + 63/ a = c.