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# Study guide 2 Math 340

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Study Guide 2 Math 340 – Differential Equations Exam 2 – April 7 Disclaimer: This study guide will cover everything from section 7.6 to 9.4, however do not rely on this information to get you through the test, tis only an aide Section 7.6: Square Matrices  Definitions: o The nxn matrix A is said to be nonsingular if we can solve the system Ax=b for any choice of the vector b in R . Otherwise the matrix is singular o An nxn matrix A is invertible if there is an nxn matrix B such that AB=I and BA = I. A matrix B with this property is called an inverse of A  Propositions: o An nxn matrix A is nonsingular if and only if an equivalent matrix in row echelon form has only nonzero entries along the diagonal o If A is nonsingular, then the equation Ax=b has a unique solution x for every choice of the vector b o If A is an nxn matrix, then the homogeneous equation Ax=0 has a nonzero solution if and only if the matrix is singular o An nxn matrix A is invertible if and only if it is nonsingular  Example: Is the matrix singular or nonsingular? −3 6 8 ???? = ( ) −1 2 1 0 0 1 1 3 − 3 1 ???? →2???? 2 5???? 2 ???? 3 ???? 3 −3 6 8 ( 5 ) 0 0 − ⁄ 3 0 0 0 ????ℎ???? ???????????????????????????????? ???????? ???????????????????? ???????? ????ℎ???? ???????????????????????????????? ???????????????????? ???????????? ???????????????????????????????? Section 7.7: Determinants  Definitions: ???? o det ???? = ∑ ????(−1) ????1????1∗...∗????????????, where the sum is over all permutations of the first n integers  Propositions: o The determinant of a triangular matrix is the product of the diagonal entries o Let A be an nxn matrix  If the matrix B is obtained from A by adding a multiple of one row to another, then det(B)=det(A)  If the matrix B is obtained from A by interchanging two rows, then det(B) = -det(A)  If the matrix B is obtained from A by multiplying a row by a constant c, then det(B) = c det(A) o Let A be an nxn matrix ???? ????+????  For any i with 1 ≤ ???? ≤ ????, we have det ???? = ∑ ????=1−1) ???? ????????t(???? )????????  For any j wih 1 ≤ ???? ≤ ????, we have det ???? = ∑???? (−1)????+???????? det(???? ) ????=1 ???????? ????????  Suppose A and B are nxn matrices. Then det ???????? = ) det ???? det(????). This proposition has a nice corollary  A collection of n vectors 1 , . .n. , x in R is a basis for R if and only if the matrix X=[x1x 2 x ],nwhose column vectors are the indicated vectors, has a nonzero determinant Section 8.1: Definitions and Examples  Definitions: o Susceptible: those individuals who have never has the disease o Infected: those who are currently ill with the disease o Recovered: those who have had the disease and are now immune o Autonomous: the RHS doesn’t depend explicitly on the independent variable o Order: the highest derivative that occurs in the system o Dimension: number of unknowns o Planar: a system of 2 dimensions Section 8.2: Geometric Interpretation of Solutions  Definitions: o Parametric Plot: plotting vector notation 2 o Phase Plane: a curve in R Section 8.3: Qualitative Analysis  Definitions: o Nullcline: when the solution set is the union of two lines in the phase plane o Equilibrium Point: where both right-hand sides are equal to zero Page 02 o Equilibrium solution: constant functions based off of the equilibrium point  Theorems: o Suppose the function ????(????,????) is defined and continuous in the region R and the first partial derivatives of f are also continuous in R. Then given any point, the initial value problem has a unique solution defined in an interval containing t0. Furthermore, the solution will be defined at least until the solution curve leaves the region o Suppose that A is a square matrix and f(t) is a column vector and that the components of both are continuous functions of t in an intervals. Then, ???? for any ????0∈ (????,????), and for any ???? 0 ℝ , the inhomogeneous system ′( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ???? ???? = ???????? ???? + ???? ???? , with initial condition ???? ???? 0 = ????0, has a unique solution defined for all ???? ∈ (????,????) Section 8.4: Linear Systems  Definitions: o Appear Linearly: there are no products, powers, or higher order functions involving the unknowns o Linear System: when the functions appear linearly Section 8.5: Properties of Linear Systems  Definitions: o A set of k solutions to the linear system y’=Ay is linearly independent, then it is linearly independent for any one value of t  Theorem: o Suppose x a1d x ar2 solutions to the homogenous linear system x’=Ax. If C1and C 2re any constants, then ???? = ???? ???? 1 1 ???? 2 2also a solution o Suppose that ???? ,1..,???? ????s also a solution. Thus for any constants ???? 1...,???????? the function ???? ???? = ???? ???? ???? + ???? ???? ???? +...+ ???? ???? ???? ???????? ???? ???????????????????????????????? ???????? ???? = ′ 1 1 2 2 ???? ???? ???????? Section 9.1: Overview of the Technique  Definitions: o Suppose A is an nxn matrix. A number ???? is called an eigenvalue of A if there is a nonzero vector v such that Av=????????. If ???? is an eigenvalue, then any vector v satisfying this equation is called an eigen vector associated with the e.value Page 03 ???? o If A is an nxn matrix, the polynomial ???? ???? = (−1) det ???? − ???????? = det(???????? − ????) is called the characteristic polynomial of A, and the equations p(????) = ???? (−1) det ???? − ???????? = 0 is called the characteristic equation  Propositions o The e.values of an nxn matrix A are the roots of its characteristicpolynomial o Let A be an nxn matrix and let ???? be an e.value of A. The set of all e.vectors associated with ???? is equal to the nullspace of A-????I. Hence the eigenspace of ???? is a subspace of R Page 04

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