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Let's assume that ##A## is unitary and diagonalisable, so, we have
## \Lambda = C^{-1} A C ##
Since, ##\Lambda## is made up of eigenvalues of ##A##, which is unitary, we have ## \Lambda \Lambda^* = \Lambda \bar{\Lambda} = I##.
I tried using some, petty, algebra to prove that ##C C* = I## but...
In geometry, a vector ##\vec{X}## in n-dimensions is something like this
$$
\vec{X} = \left( x_1, x_2, \cdots, x_n\right)$$
And it follows its own laws of arithmetic.
In Linear Analysis, a polynomial ##p(x) = \sum_{I=1}^{n}a_n x^n ##, is a vector, along with all other mathematical objects of...
Hi, I have some soft body equations that require first order elasticity constants. Just trying to figure out the proper indexing.
From Finite Elements of Nonlinear Continua by J.T. Oden, the elastic constants I am trying to obtain are the first order, circled below:
My particular constitutive...
Initially, I calculate the moment of inertia of of a square lamina (x-z plane). Thr this square is rotated an angle $\theta$ about a vertex and I need to calculate the new moment of inertia about that vertex.
Can I split the rotated square to two squares in the x-z plane and y-z plane to find...
I need to find the values of ##\Omega## where ##(-\Omega^2 + i\gamma\Omega + \frac{2k}{3m})(-\Omega^2 + i\gamma\Omega + \frac{2k}{3m}) - (-i\gamma\Omega)(-i\gamma\Omega) = 0##
I get ##\Omega^4 -2i\gamma \Omega^3 - \frac{4k}{3m}\Omega^2 + i\frac{4k}{3m}\gamma\Omega + \frac{4k^2}{9m^2} = 0##
I...
for problem (a), all real numbers of value r will make the system linearly independent, as the system contains more vectors than entry simply by insepection.
As for problem (b), no value of r can make the system linearly dependent by insepection. I tried reducing the matrix into reduced echelon...
My guess is that since there are no rows in a form of [0000b], the system is consistent (the system has a solution).
As the first column is all 0s, x1 would be a free variable.
Because the system with free variable have infinite solution, the solution is not unique.
In this way, the matrix is...
In a certain anisotropic conductive material, the relationship between the current density ##\vec j## and
the electric field ##\vec E## is given by: ##\vec j = \sigma_0\vec E + \sigma_1\vec n(\vec n\cdot\vec E)## where ##\vec n## is a constant unit vector.
i) Calculate the angle between the...
upon finding the eigenvalues and setting up the equations for eigenvectors, I set up the following equations.
So I took b as a free variable to solve the equation int he following way.
But I also realized that it would be possible to take a as a free variable, so I tried taking a as a free...
I have a trouble showing proofs for matrix problems. I would like to know how
A is invertible -> det(A) not 0 -> A is linearly independent -> Column of A spans the matrix
holds for square matrix A. It would be great if you can show how one leads to another with examples! :)
Thanks for helping...
This is the question. The following is the solutions I found:
I understand that the first line was derived by setting one vertex on origin and taking the transpose of the matrix. However, I cannot understand where the extra row and column came from in the second line. Can anyone explain how...
question:
My first attempt:
my second attempt:
So I am getting 0 (the right answer) for the first method and 40 for the second method. According to the theorem, shouldn't the determinant of the matrix remain the same when the multiple of one row is added to another row? Can anyone explain...
I was solving a problem for my quantum mechanics homework, and was therefore browsing in the internet for further information. Then I stumbled upon this here:
R is the rotation operator, δφ an infinitesimal angle and Ψ is the wave function.
I know that it is able to rotate a curve, vector...
Below is the attempted solution of a tutor. However, I do question his solution method. Therefore, I would sincerely appreciate it if anyone could tell me what is going on with the below solution.
First off, the rotation of the matrix could be expressed as below:
$$G = \begin{pmatrix} AB & -||A...
I have tried to do this using arrays and do loops:
program matrixmul
implicit none
real A(2, 2), B (2, 2), C (2, 2)
integer i, j, k
write (*, *) 'Input: First matrix'
do i = 1, 2
do j = 1, 2
read (*, *) A (i, j)
enddo
enddo
write (*, *) 'Input: Second...
Let a 3 × 3 matrix A be such that for any vector of a column v ∈ R3 the vectors Av and v are orthogonal. Prove that At + A = 0, where At is the transposed matrix.
Homework Statement
If I have an affine camera with a projection relationship governed by:
\begin{equation}
\begin{bmatrix}
x & y
\end{bmatrix}^T = A
\begin{bmatrix}
X & Y & Z
\end{bmatrix}^T + b
\end{equation}
where A is a 2x3 matrix and b is a 2x1 vector. How can I form a matrix...
I'm reading about the LU decomposition on this page and cannot understand one of the final steps in the proof to the following:
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Let ##A## be a ##K\times K## matrix. Then, there exists a permutation matrix ##P## such that ##PA## has an LU decomposition: $$PA=LU$$ where ##L## is a...
Hello! Below is the code for the following task:
matrix "Q" with a dimension of 3*2 was obtained using a matrix of cells "A";
then the matrix "Q" is exported to Microsoft Access with the same dimension (3 rows, 2 columns).
(!) The difficulty is that only the first row of the matrix is written...
What competency matrix are suggested for power consultant engineers?
My work organization has a competency matrix of different skills. The skills included different software packages and engineering practices for low/medium/high voltage power design and instrument and controls. Some of the...
Hello everyone,
I actually had a problem with understanding the part where they have defined L'AL = Λ. There, they have taken
γΛγ1 = Σy2λ = 1. Why have they taken that? Is it arbitary or does it come as a result of a derivation?
Thank you
I would like to ask about unitary transformation.
UA(IV)
UB*UA(IV)
UAT(UB*UA(IV))=UB(IV)
UB(IV)*(X)
IVT(UB(IV)*(X))=UB(X)
UBT*UB(X)=X
From the information above, UAT,IVT and UBT are the transpose of the complex conjugate. The aim of this code is to get the value of X in the step 4. This is...
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1. Homework Statement
This question is from book Afken Weber, Mathematics for Physicist.
An operator ##T(t + ε,t)## describes the change in the wave function from t to t + ##\epsilon## . For ##\epsilon## real and small enough so that...
Homework Statement
I need some help with a question on my assignment. It asks to set up a matrix from the linear equations, y=25x+70 and y=35x+40.
Homework Equations
How do I set this matrix up?
The Attempt at a Solution
I think that I have to rewrite it as 25x-y=-70 and 35x-y=-40. But then I...
Hi,
I am trying to find the eigenvectors for the following 3x3 matrix and are having trouble with it. The matrix is
(I have a ; since I can't have a space between each column. Sorry):
[20 ; -10 ; 0]
[-10 ; 30 ; 0]
[0 ; 0 ; 40]
I’ve already...
Hi all
I am trying to reproduce some results from a paper, but I'm not sure how to proceed. I have the following: ##\phi## is a complex matrix and can be decomposed into real and imaginary parts:
$$\phi=\frac{\phi_R +i\phi_I}{\sqrt{2}}$$
so that
$$\phi^\dagger\phi=\frac{\phi_R^2 +\phi_I^2}{2}$$...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
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Det( ## e^A ## ) = ## e^{(trace A)} ##
## trace(A) = trace( SAS^{-1}) = 0 ## as trace is similiarity invariant.
Det( ## e^A ## ) = 1
The answer is option (a).
Is this correct?
But in the question, it is...
Hi, I am trying to prove that the eigevalues, elements, eigenfunctions or/and eigenvectors of a matrix A form a Hilbert space. Can one apply the inner product formula :
\begin{equation}
\int x(t)\overline y(t) dt
\end{equation}
on the x and y coordinates of the eigenvectors [x_1,y_1] and...
Homework Statement
I have attached the question. Translated: Suppose T: R^4 -> R^4 is the image so that: ...
Homework Equations
So I did this question and my final answers were correct: 1. not surjective 2. not injective. My method of solving this question is completely different than the...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I solved it by calculating the eigen values by ##| A- \lambda |= 0 ##.
This gave me ## \lambda _1 = 6.42, \lambda _2 = 0.387, \lambda_3 = -0.806##.
So, the required answer is 42.02 , option (b).
Is this correct?
The matrix...
Hi, I have derived a matrix from a system of ODE, and the matrix looked pretty bad at first. Then recently, I tried the Gauss elimination, followed by the exponential application on the matrix (e^[A]) and after another Gauss elimination, it turned "down" to the Identity matrix. This is awfully...
Hi, the three main types of complex matrices are:
1. Hermitian, with only real eigenvalues
2. Skew-Hermitian , with only imaginary eigenvalues
3. Unitary, with only complex conjugates.
Shouldn't there be a fourth type:
4. Non-unitary-non-hermitian, with one imaginary value (i.e. 3i) and a...
I have calculated that a matrix has a Frobenius norm of 1.45, however I cannot find any text on the web that states whether this is an ill-posed or well-posed indication. Is there a rule for Frobenius norms that directly relates to well- and ill-posed matrices?
Thanks
Hi, I have the following complex ODE:
aY'' + ibY' = 0
and thought that it could be written as:
[a, ib; -1, 1]
Then the determinant of this matrix would give the form
a + ib = 0
Is this correct and logically sound?
Thanks!
I have a matrix,
[ a, ib; -1 1]
where a and b are constants.
I have to represent and analyse this matrix in a Hilbert space:
I take the space C^2 of this matrix is Hilbert space. Is it sufficient to generate the inner product:
<x,y> = a*ib -1
and obtain the norm by:
\begin{equation}...
Hello, I have derived the matrix form of one ODE, and found a complex matrix, whose phase portrait is a spiral source. The matrix indicates further that the ODE has diffeomorphic flow and requires stringent initial conditions. I have thought about including limits for the matrix, however the...
Homework Statement
Construct a 3 × 3 example of a linear system that has 9 different coefficients on the left hand side but rows 2 and 3 become zero in elimination. If the right hand sude of your system is <b1,b2,b3> (Imagine this is a column vector) then how many solutions does your system...
Mohamed Abdul
Thread
columns
gaussian elimination
matrices
matrix
systems of equations
Homework Statement
(i) Reduce the system to echelon form C|d
(ii) For k = -12, what are the ranks of C and C|d? Find the solution in vector form if the system is consistent.
(iii) Repeat part (b) above for k = −18
Homework Equations
Gaussian elimination I used here...
Mohamed Abdul
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gaussian elimination
linear algebra
matrices
matrix
vectors
Hi, I have the following ODE:
aY'' + bY' + c = 0
I would like to convert it to a matrix, so to evaluate its eigenvalues and eigenvectors. I have done so for phase.plane system before, however there were two ODEs there. In this case, there is only one, so how does this look like in a matrix...
Hi, I have a matrix which gives the same determinant wether it is transposed or not, however, its eigenvalues have complex roots, and there are complex numbers in the matrix elements. Can this matrix be classified as non-Hermitian?
If so, is there any other name to classify it, as it is not...
Homework Statement
Given the following matrix:
I need to determine the conditions for b1, b2, and b3 to make the system consistent. In addition, I need to check if the system is consistent when:
a) b1 = 1, b2 = 1, b3 = 3
b) b1 = 1, b2 = 0., b3 = -1
c) b1 = 1, b2 = 2, b3 = 3
Homework...
Mohamed Abdul
Thread
gaussian elimination
linear algebra
matrix
system of equations
vectors
Homework Statement
Given this matrix:
I am asked to find values of the coefficient of the second value of the third row that would make it impossible to proceed and make elimination break down.
Homework Equations
Gaussian elimination methods I used given here...
Mohamed Abdul
Thread
gaussian elimination
linear algebra
matrixmatrix algebra
Hi, I have a matrix of an ODE which yields complex eigenvalues and eigenvectors. It is therefore not Hermitian. How can I further analyse the properties of the matrix in a Hilbert space?
The idea is to reveal the properties of stability and instability of the matrix. D_2 and D_1 are the second...
We have ##B=(1, X, X^2, X^3)## as a base of ##R3 [X]## and we have the endomorphisms ##d/dX## and ##d^2/dX^2## so that:
##d/dX (P) = P'## and ##d^2/dX^2 (P) = P''##.
Calculating the matrix in class, the teacher found the following matrix, call it ##A##:
\begin{bmatrix}
0 & 1 & 0 & 0...
How we can be sure that we are not living in matrix kind of virtual reality where we even do not have our bodies but all we have is our brain kept in jar of some liquid ? then also how we can be sure that the history as we know it till the last microsecond is totally made up and has been...
I'm having trouble understanding a step in a proof about bilinear forms
Let ## \mathbb{F}:\,\mathbb{R}^{n}\times\mathbb{R}^{n}\to \mathbb{R}## be a bilinear functional.
##x,y\in\mathbb{R}^{n}##
##x=\sum\limits^{n}_{i=0}\,x_{i}e_{i}##
##y=\sum\limits^{n}_{j=0}\;y_{j}e_{j}##...