Find the inverse of the matrix below with the Gauss-Jordan method. (You can use decimal numbers or fractional numbers in the solution) (USE FOUR DIGITS AFTER THE DOT)
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4. Use elementary row operations (Gauss-Jordan method) to find the inverse of the matrix (if it exists). If the inverse does not exist, explain why. 1 0-1 A:0 1 2 0 -1 2us 0P 0 Determine whether v is in span(ui, u2, us). Write v as a linear combination of ui, u2, and us if it is in span(u1, u2, u3). If v is not in span(ui, u2, u3), state why. span(ui,u2,us). If v is not in span(ui,u^, us), state...
Find the inverse of the following matrix A using Gauss-Jordan elimination (must show ALL steps): 20 21 A = 8 10 13 000
7. (a) Use the Gauss-Jordan (and no other) method to calculate the inverse of the 3x3 matrix 1 P= -1 1 2 3 1 [5 marks] (b) Show that the mapping T : R3 R3 defined by Ty 2x + y + z. - x - y + 2z 3x + 2y - z 01-68 9.s +9) is a linear transformation, and write down its matrix representation A with respect to 17 [0] the standard basis 0 Suppose that a...
Consider the following matrix: B= 5 2 - 2 3 (a) Use the Gauss-Jordan method to obtain the matrix inverse (show all steps). (b) Calculate the condition number of the matrix. The following options correspond to only the condition number. In your written explanations, you must answer everything for parts (a) and (b). (Suggested time: 10 minutes; try to complete by 8:25 AM) None of the given answers is correct, and I will provide the correct answer in paper Condition...
Problem X. Take the method for finding the inverse of a given n x n matrix A -a by straightforward Gauss (or Jordan) elimination (Problem 7 is a particular case for n 3). First you write down the augmented matrix A and apply the Gauss process to this as discussed in class: A-la2,1 a2,2 a2,n : an,1 an,2 .. an.n 0 0 1 3. Derive the Jordan elimination algorithm without pivoting for the augmented matrix in terms of a triple...
1. On Inverting Matrices, using Gauss-Jordan (a) Consider the following matrix A. If the inverse of A exists, com- pute A-1, else say so. A 1 3 INVERSE OF MATRICES 15 (b) Consider the following matrix A. If the inverse of A exists, com- pute A-1, else say so. A-(3) 0 1 (c) Consider the following matrix A. If the inverse of A exists, com- pute A1, else say so. 0 2 (d) Consider the following matrix A. If the...
2. Inverse of a square matrix: Determine the inverse matrix [A™'] of the given square matrix [A] using the Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method (GEM), and verify that [A-!] [A] = I where I is the identity matrix. A = [ 1 4 -27 0 -3 -2 | -3 4 1
2. The Gauss-Jordan method used to solve the prototype linear system can be described as follows. Augment A by the right-hand-side vector b and proceed as in Gaussian elimination, except use the pivot element -) elements -1) for i= 1,.k-I, ie.. all elements in the kth column other than the pivot. Upon reducing (Alb) into to eliminate not only a for i= k+1,...,n but also the dit (n-1) (n-1) b. (n-1) (n-1) (n-1) (n-1) agn the solution is obtained by...
Use the Gauss Jordan method to find A. Wit exists. 2-7 A= 1 3 2. 3 10 7 10 3 10 5 OA OB. 1 .10 1 5 1 5 10 OD 3 10 7 10 Does not exist Oc. 1 10 1 5 Click to select your answer. MacBook Air
Use the Gauss-Jordan method to solve the following system of equations. 3x + 4y - 2z = 0 5x y + 3z = 1 8x + 3y + z = 1 Select the correct choice below and, if necessary, fill in the answer box to complete your choice. A. The solution is 000 in the order x, y, z. (Simplify your answers.) B. There is an infinite number of solutions. The solution is (Q10.2), where z is any real number...