Find the unique minimum length least squares solution of the following system of equations. x + y + z = l 2x - y - z = 4
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Reece Witcher 1/24/18 Chapters 1 & 2 Chapter 1 Scalar Vector (dot product) A dot B = ABsin θ ● Used in non directional quantities Vector Product (cross product) A cross B= ABcos θ ● Used in directional quantities ● Any parallel (0 degrees) or antiparallel (180 degrees) = 0 ● i hat (x dimension) j hat (y dimension) and k hat (z dimension) Kinematic Equations v=v(initial)+a∗t 2 x=x(initial)+v(initial)∗t+1/2∗a∗t initial¿ +2 a∗Δ x 2 v =v¿ Δ x=[(v(initial)+v)/2]∗t Hint: Identify which variables you have and need to use the proper equations Chapter 2 Average Velocity: Δ x/Δt=v(average) Average Acceleration: Δv/Δt=a(average) Instantaneous Velocity: lim Δx/Δt=dx/dt
Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications
Author: Gareth Williams
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