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Asleen
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  • Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
7 votes
2 answers
437 views

We have matrix $A\in M_{n-1\times n}(\mathbb Z)$ so that the sum of entries in each row is zero. Prove that $\det(AA^T)=nk^2.$

6 votes
3 answers
587 views

Prove that, at least one of the matrices $A+B$ and $A-B$ has to be singular

4 votes
2 answers
297 views

Prove that there is a base of $\mathbb R^4$ made of eigenvectors of matrix $A$

4 votes
1 answer
106 views

Let $A$=[$a_{ij}$]$_{n x n}$ where $a_{ii}$=$1$, $i=\overline {1,n}$, $a_{ij}=a\not=1, i\not=j$. Find $A^n$, $n\in \mathbb N$

3 votes
4 answers
98 views

Let $A$:$\mathbb R_5(x)$ $\rightarrow$ $\mathbb R_5(x)$ be linear map. Find matrix of operator $A$.

3 votes
1 answer
68 views

Let $A$ and $B$ be matrices 2014 by 2014. Matrix $A$ is invertible. Is this equation possible: $AB-BA=A$?

3 votes
2 answers
160 views

$\{v_1,,...,v_{2014}\}$ are linearly independent. Find $\lambda$ so that $\{v_1+v_2,...,v_{2014}+\lambda v_1\}$ are also linearly independent.

3 votes
1 answer
2k views

Prove that $\lambda_1^2$, $\lambda_1\lambda_2$ and $\lambda_2^2$ are eigenvalues of matrix $A$

2 votes
2 answers
151 views

Prove that the number: $z = \det(A+B) \det(\overline A-\overline B)$ is purely imaginary.

2 votes
2 answers
138 views

Prove (∀z∈ℂ\{1,-1} : |z|=1)(∃x∈ℝ) where z=(x+i)/(x-i)

1 vote
1 answer
101 views

Prove the following: $[1-\lambda \operatorname{sum}(A^{-1})][1-\lambda \operatorname{sum}(B^{-1})]=1$

1 vote
1 answer
61 views

Find the multiplicity of root $x=a$ of polynomial $Q(x)= \frac{1}{2}$*$(x-a)(p'(x)+p'(a))-p(x)+p(a)$

1 vote
2 answers
206 views

Find subspace $T$ of space $\mathbb R^3$ so that $\mathbb R^3=S \oplus T$

1 vote
1 answer
60 views

Find the number of different magmas that have $A$ as its underlying set

0 votes
1 answer
71 views

Using the picture write down all values of $\sqrt[12]{z}$ and then find the main value of that number $z$.

0 votes
1 answer
72 views

Orthogonal projection: Find vector $\overrightarrow w \in \Bbb R^2$ so that $\overrightarrow w$ is orthogonal to $\overrightarrow v$