U1=2 U2=0 U3=6 U4=8 U5=9 U6=4 U7=4 U8=4 For problem# 12, Instead of finding the inverse of the matrix like the exam says, find the DETERMINANT instead. Then explain why an inverse cannot be found for that matrix. Matrix F should be a 2x3 matrix, but the blanks to fill in with your U-number form a 3x2 matrix. So transpose the 3x2 matrix so you have a 2x3 matrix for F

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 11/02/2012 02:00 pm |

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