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# Let U be an m m matrix, let V be an n n matrix, and let = 1 O where 1 is an n n diagonal

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Problem 10

Let U be an m m matrix, let V be an n n matrix, and let = 1 O where 1 is an n n diagonal matrix with diagonal entries 1, 2, ... , n and O is the (m n) n zero matrix. (a) Show that if U = (U1, U2), where U1 has n columns, then U = U11 (b) Show that if A = UVT , then A can be expressed as an outer product expansion of the form A = 1u1vT 1 + 2u2vT 2 ++ nunvT n

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