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Consider the subspace im(A) of R2, where'2 4*A =3 6Find a basis of ker(A7), and draw a

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Consider the subspace im(A) of R2, where'2 4*A =3 6Find a basis of ker(A7), and draw a sketch illustrating the formula(im A)1 = ker(/\r )in this case.

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Ch#2#(Handout/#Week#1) Wednesday,)August)31,)2016 2:15)PM 2.1$Qualitative$Data$ Example:)An)instructor)has)given)an)exam)to)30)students.)The)letter)grades)of)the)exams)are) recorded)below.) X)=)grade=)A,)B,)A,)B,)C,)C,)C,)C,)D,)F,)D,)F,)A,)A,)B,)D,)A,)C,)C,)C,)B,)B,)B,)B,)D,)C,)C,)C,)C,)F)Give) the) Frequency)distribution:)simply)count)the)occurrence)of)each)value) ! A:)5 ! B:)7 ! C:)11 ! D:)4) ! F:)3) Relative)Frequencyf :requency)divide)by)the)number)of)values;)these)are)often)better)than) the)frequency)distribution)because,)if)these)are)only)samples,)the)percentages)can)easily)be) applied)to)the)population)for)a)reliable)estimate ! A:)5/30=0.1667) ! B:)7/30=0.2333) ! C:)11/30=0.3667)

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Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Otto Bretscher
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