LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK


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1 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK () ( points total) Circle True or False: TRUE / FALSE: If A is any n n matrix, and I n is the n n identity matrix, then I n A = AI n = A. TRUE / FALSE: If A, B are n n matrices, then the inverse of AB is A B. TRUE / FALSE: If A, B are n n matrices, then (A + B) = A + B. (Hint: is this true for numbers?) TRUE / FALSE: The Reduced Row Echelon Form of a matrix is unique. TRUE / FALSE: If A and B are both 3 matrices, then their product AB is defined. TRUE / FALSE: If A and B are both 3 matrices, then the product AB T is defined. () True or false: If a system of equations has more than one solution, it has infinitely many solutions. (3) True or false: If a system of equations is consistent, then it cannot have any free variables. (4) True or false: Let A be a 3 matrix. Then Nul(A) is a subspace of R. (5) True or false: Let A be a 3 matrix. Then Col(A) is a subspace of R.
2 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (6) True or false: If V is a vector space of dimension d, and {v,..., v d } are d different vectors in V, then they must form a basis. (7) True or false: If V is a subspace of R n, then every basis for V must have the same number of vectors. (8) True or false: If V is a vector space of dimension d, and {v,..., v d } are d linearly independent vectors in V, then they must span V. 3 (9) What is the dimension of the null space Nul(A) of A = 4? A. B. C. 3 D. 5 3 () What is the dimension of the column space Col(A) of A = 4? A. B. C. 3 D. 5 3 () What is the dimension of the left null space Nul(A T ) of A = 4? A. B. C. 3 D. 5
3 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 3 () What is the dimension of the row space Col(A T ) of A = 3 4? A. B. C. 3 D. 5
4 4 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK For questions 5 and 6: Suppose 3 A = and its reduced echelon form is U = (3) Which of these is a basis for Col(A)? A. B. C. D. 3,,,,, 3,, (4) Which of these is a basis for Col(A T )? A. Span 3,, B. Span, C. 3,, D.,
5 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 5 (5) The matrix for [ a 9] counterclockwise rotation in the xy plane is A. [ ] B. C. D. [ ] [ ] (6) Let L be the linear transformation from P to P given by L(p(t)) = p (t) + 3p(t) and let B = {, t, t } be the standard basis for P. Then the coordinate matrix A representing L with input and output basis B is: 3 A B. 3 6 C. D
6 6 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (7) For every m n matrix A, the orthogonal complement of Col(A) in R m is Nul(A). A. True B. F alse (8) For every m n matrix A, the sum of the dimensions of Nul(A T ) and Col(A) is equal to m. A. T rue B. False (9) If V is a 6dimensional vector space, and v,..., v m is a basis for V, then m must be equal to 6. A. T rue B. False () If V is a 6dimensional vector space, and v,..., v 6 are six vectors in V, then they must form a basis of V. A. True B. F alse () If V is a 6dimensional subspace of R, then the orthogonal complement V must be 4dimensional. A. T rue B. False () If V is a 3dimensional subspace of R 7, and v, v, and v 3 are three linearly independent vectors in V, then they also span V. A. T rue B. False (3) If V and W are subspaces of R n, and W = V, then V = W. A. T rue B. False
7 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 7 (4) Suppose A = [a... a 4 ] and B = [b... b 4 ] are two 4 4 matrices so that 3 AB = What is Ab? That is, what is A times the second column of B? (a) 4 (b) 3 (c) Not enough information to tell. 6 4 (5) Let A = 5. 6 For which permutation matrix P does P A have an LU decomposition? (a) P = (b) P = (c) P = (6) Suppose A is a matrix with LU decomposition: If b = A = [ ] [ ] [ ], the LU method for Ax = b gives [ [ 3 7 (a) c =, x =. ] 3] [ ] [ 3 (b) c =, x =. [ ] [ ] ] 7 (c) c =, x =. [ 3 ] 3 [ ] 3 (d) c =, x =. (7) What is the inverse of the matrix A =?
8 8 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (a) A = (b) A = (c) A = (8) Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix so that A 4 =, 3 A =, and A =. 7 What is the first column of A? (a) 3 (b) 4 3 (c) (d) 7 (e) Not enough information to tell (9) Suppose A and B are invertible 3 3 matrices, with inverses A = and B = 5 What is (AB)? (a) 5 (b) 5 (c) 5 (d) 5 (3) Which of the following are subspaces of P, the vector space of polynomials with degree at most : W = { a + a t + a t : a =, and a, a R } W = { a + a t + a t : a =, and a, a R } W 3 = { a + a t + a t : a =, and a, a R } W 4 = {at + b(t ) : a, b R} (a) W 3 only (b) W 4 only (c) W 3 and W 4 only (d) W and W only (e) All four are subspaces (3) Which of the following are subspaces of the indicated vector space? W = a b : a b = c, 4a + c = R3 c
9 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 9 a b W = c a + c : a, b, c R R 4 a b c {[ } a W 3 = : a b R b] {[ } a W 4 = : a b] + b R (a) W only (b) W and W only (c) W and W 3 only (d) All four are subspaces (3) Suppose A = and B = are 3 4 matrices, and b is a vector in both Col(A) and Col(B). Suppose also that Nul(A) = {} and Nul(B) = span Which of the following is true? (a) Ax = b has a unique solution, but Bx = b does not. (b) Bx = b has a unique solution, but Ax = b does not. (c) Both Ax = b and Ax = b have unique solutions. (d) Neither Ax = b nor Ax = b have unique solutions. (33) Let [ ] 3 A = 6 Which of the [ following are in Col(A)? v = [ ] ] 4 v = [ ] v 3 = [ v 4 = ] (a) v 4 only (b) v and v 4 only
10 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (c) v and v 4 only (d) v, v and v 4 only (e) v, v, v 3 and v 4 (34) Which of the following sets of vectors are linearly independent? 4 6 A =, {[ [ [ [ ]} 4 6 B =,,, ] ] 3] 4 6 C =,, 6 5 D = 4, 5, 3 (a) None of them are linearly independent (b) D only (c) A and D only (d) B and D only (e) C and D only (35) True or false: If the columns of a matrix A are linearly independent, then the rows of A must also be linearly independent. (36) True or false: The dimension of Nul(A) must be equal to the number of zero rows at the bottom of an echelon form of A. (37) True or false: For every matrix A, with echelon form U, the row space Col(A T ) must be equal to the row space Col(U T ). (38) True or false: If the columns of a matrix A are linearly independent, then Nul(A) must be {}.
11 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (39) True or false: For every matrix A, the column space Col(A) and null space N ul(a) are orthogonal complements. (4) True or false: For every matrix A, the row space Col(A T ) and the null space N ul(a) are orthogonal complements. (4) True or false: Every orthonormal basis is an orthogonal basis. (4) True or false: If B = {v,..., v n } is any basis for R n, and w is another vector, then the projections of w onto each of the vectors v,..., v n must sum back to w. (43) True of false: If A and B are two bases for R n, and I BA is the change of basis matrix for input basis A and output basis B, then for any vector v R n. v B = I BA v A (44) True or False: If a square matrix A has an eigenbasis, then A must be invertible. (45) True or False: For all square matrices A and B, det(a + B) = det(a) + det(b).
12 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (46) True or False: If Q is an orthogonal matrix, then det(q) must be equal to. (47) True or False: If A has an orthogonal basis of eigenvectors, then A must be symmetric. (48) True or False: In a discrete dynamical system with transition matrix A, if all eigenvalues of A have absolute value smaller than, then lim v n = n for every orbit v, v, v,.... (You may assume that A has a basis of eigenvectors.) a (49) The determinant of the matrix A = b c is: d A. abcd B. a C. b D. c E. c (5) The determinant of A = A. B. C. D. (5) The determinant of A = is:
13 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 3 A. B. C. D. 4 (5) The determinant of A = 5 is: A. B. C. D. For questions 5, 6, 7 and 8: Let P be the vector space of polynomials of degree or less, so vectors have the form f = a + a t + a t. Consider the inner product f, g := f(t)g(t)dt. For example, t = t dt = ( t) =. (53) If f(t) = t, then the length (or norm) f is A. / B. / C. /3 D. / 3 (54) Let f(t) = t and g(t) = t 3 4t. What is the inner product f, g? A. / B. 3/4 C. D. / (55) If V = Span(f) = Span(t), and g(t) = t 3 4t, then the projection ĝ of g onto V is A. t B. 3 4 t C. D. t 3 4 t (56) Still letting V = Span(f) = Span(t) and g(t) = t 3 4 t, the projection g of g onto V is
14 4 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK A. t B. 3 4 t C. D. t 3 4 t
15 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 5 (57) Which of the following vectors is an eigenvector for the matrix [ ] with eigenvalue [? A. ] [ ] B. [ ] C. 3 [ ] D. 3 (58) What is the determinant of 4 6 5? 3 A. 8 B. 8 C. D. 4 E. 3 (59) Is an eigenvalue of the matrix ? 4 (Hint: Compare to the previous problem.) A. Yes B. No
16 6 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (6) Suppose A is a matrix with real entries, such as [ ]. Then the eigen values of A must be real. A. True B. False (6) Let A be a 3 3 matrix so that A =. Then A must have nonzero determinant. A. True B. False (6) Consider the matrix Then A is equal to A T. A. True B. False A = [ (63) Suppose A is a matrix and it has a basis of eigenvectors and ] Then A must be symmetric. A. True B. False [ (64) Suppose A is a matrix and it has a basis of eigenvectors and ] Then A must be symmetric. A. True B. False [ ]. [ ]. (65) Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix with eigenvalues, and 7. Then (a) A must be invertible (b) A must be noninvertible (c) Not enough information to tell
17 (66) Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix so that 3 and LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 7 4 is an eigenvector with eigenvalue is an eigenvector with eigenvalue. What is A (a) 5 3 (b) 4 6 (c) Not enough information to tell. 5? 3 (67) Which matrix has exactly two eigenspaces: Span corresponding to λ = 3 and Span corresponding to λ =? (a) (b) 5 4 (c) (d) 3 3 (e) None of the above. (68) Which of the following statements are true? A. If M is a 4 4 matrix with eigenvalues,, 3 and 4, then M must have an eigenbasis. B. If M is a 4 4 symmetric matrix with eigenvalues,, 3 and 3, then M must have an eigenbasis. (a) Both A and B are true (b) A is true but B is false (c) B is true but A is false (d) Neither A nor B is true (69) Suppose A is a 5 5 symmetric matrix, and is an eigenvalue with 3 eigenspace Span. Suppose the only other eigenvalue of A is. What are the possible dimensions of the eigenspace of? (a) only
18 8 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (b) only (c),,, 3, or 4 only (d),, 3 or 4 only (e) 4 only (7) Suppose A is a matrix, [ ] a b A = c d [ and that v = is an eigenvector with eigenvalue. Is v also an eigen 3] vector of the matrix A, and if so, what is its eigenvalue? (a) v is not necessarily an eigenvector of A. (b) v must be an eigenvector of A, with eigenvalue / (c) v must be an eigenvector of A, with eigenvalue (d) v must be an eigenvector of A, with eigenvalue 4 (7) Suppose Q is an m n matrix with orthonormal columns, and m > n. Which of the following statements must be true? A. QQ T = I m, where I m is the m m identity matrix. B. Q T Q = I n, where I n is the n n identity matrix. (a) Both A and B are true (b) A is true but B is false (c) B is true but A is false (d) Both A and B are false If f and g are functions defined on [, 4π] we define their dot product to be f, g = 4π f(x)g(x) dx. For numbers 3 and 4 below, consider the functions { x [, π) f(x) =, g(x) = sin x. x [π, 4π] (7) What is the dot product f, g? (a) π (b) π (c) (d) (e) (73) Note that g, g = π. What is the sin x term of the Fourier series for f? In other words, the orthogonal projection of f onto g?
19 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 9 (a) sin x (b) π sin x (c) π sin x (d) π sin x (e) (74) The determinant of the matrix A = 3 is: (a) 3 (b) 3 (c) (d)  (e) (75) If A is a square matrix and det(a) = 5, then det(a) must be (a) 5 (b) (c) 5 (d) 4 (e) Not enough information to tell. (76) If A is a 3 3 matrix and A = then det(a) must be (a) (b) (c)  (d) (e) Not enough information to tell. (77) The eigenvalues of the matrix A = (a) and (b) and 6 (c) and 3 (d) 3.5 and 3.5 (e) and 7 [ ] are: 3 6
20 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (78) If f : R R is a twicedifferentiable function, [ with ] a critical point at, and its Hessian matrix at this point is H = then 3 (a) f must have a local minimum at (b) f must have a local maximum at (c) f cannot have a local minimum or maximum at (d) Not enough information to tell (79) True or False: If A and B are two invertible n n matrices, then (AB) = B A. (8) True or False: If A, B and C are three n n matrices, then (ABC) = A B C. (8) True or False: Every invertible n n matrix A can be written as a product of elementary matrices: A = E E E r (8) True or False: If E is an elementary matrix, then E is also an elementary matrix. (83) True or False: If A is an n n matrix and the columns of A are linearly independent, then A is invertible. [ ] [ ] a c (84) True or False: If and are linearly independent, then b d must be linearly independent. [ ] a and c [ ] b d
21 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (85) True or False: If A is an m n matrix and an echelon form U has a bottom row consisting entirely of zeroes, then the columns of A must be linearly dependent. (86) True or False: If A is an m n matrix and an echelon form U has a bottom row consisting entirely of zeroes, then the columns of A do not span all of R m. (87) True or False: If V is a vector space of dimension n, and v,..., v n are n different vectors that together span V, then they must also be linearly independent. (88) True or False: If v and w are perpendicular vectors in R, then the dot product v w must be zero. (89) True or False: If A is an m n matrix, then the column space Col(A) and the left null space Nul(A T ) are orthogonal complements. (9) True or False: If v and w are vectors in R n, w is in the span of v, and if ŵ is the projection of w onto v, then Span{v, w} = Span{v, ŵ} (9) True or False: If v and w are vectors in R n, w is not in the span of v, and if w is the projection of w onto the orthogonal complement of Span{v}, then Span{v, w} = Span{v, w }
22 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (9) True or False: For every square matrix A, both A and A T have the same determinant. (93) True or False: Rearranging the rows of A does not change its determinant. (94) True or False: If A is a square matrix, then its null space Nul(A) is also one of the eigenspaces of A. (95) True or False: Every square matrix A has a diagonalization A = P DP, where D is a diagonal matrix. (96) True or False: If A is symmetric, then all its eigenvalues must be real. (97) True or False: If f is a twicedifferentiable function with a critical point at, and every entry in its Hessian matrix H is positive, then f must have a local minimum at. (98) True or False: If A is a Markov matrix, then A must have λ = as an eigenvalue.
23 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 3 (99) Let a + 3b V = c : a, b, c R 3a + c Which of the following is a basis for V? 3 (a),, 3 3 (b) Span,, 3 () The matrix A can be put into Echelon form using the following row operations: A = R R+3R 4 R3 R3 R R3 R3 R 3 4 = U 3 What is the matrix L in the LU decomposition of A corresponding to the above U? (a) (b) (c) (d) () Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix with A 3 =. Is A invertible? (a) Yes (b) No (c) Not enough information to tell () Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix with A (a) Yes (b) No (c) Not enough information to tell 3 = 3. Is A invertible?
24 4 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (3) Select the inverse of (a) [ ] 3 [ ] 3 : (b) 4 [ ] 3 (c) [ ] 3 (d) 4 [ ] 3 (4) Suppose A is a 3 3 matrix with columns v, v and v 3 : A = v v v 3 and Nul(A) = Span 3. Are the columns of A linearly dependent, and if so, what is a nontrivial dependence relation between them? (a) The columns of A are linearly independent (b) The columns of A are linearly dependent and a dependence relation is v + v + v 3 = (c) The columns of A are linearly dependent and a dependence relation is 4v 6v + v 3 = (d) The columns of A are linearly dependent, but neither of the above options is a nontrivial dependence relation (5) Which of the following are subspaces of the indicated vector space: A. If A is a matrix, {x Ax = [ 3x}, as a subset of R B. If A is a matrix, {x Ax = }, as a subset of R ] (a) Only A is a subspace (b) Only B is a subspace (c) Both A and B are subspaces (d) Neither A nor B are subspaces (6) The matrix has Echelon form A = U =.
25 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 5 Which of the following is a basis for the column space of A? 98 5 A. 56 4, B., C. 56 4, 4, 6 33, (a) A only (b) B only (c) A and B only (d) A and C only (7) If A is a 3 6 matrix of rank, then Nul(A) has dimension (a) (b) (c) (d) 3 (e) 4 (8) The matrix has Echelon form A = U = 4 3. Which of the following are a basis for Col(A T )? 4 A. 3 3, B. 3 3, 4 4 3
26 6 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK C , 6 6, (a) A only (b) B only (c) A and B only (d) A and C only (9) For every 5 5 matrix A, if dim Col(A T ) = 3, then the multiplicity of the eigenvalue λ = of A (a) must be. (b) must be 3. (c) can be either,, or. (d) can be either 3, 4, or 5. (e) can be either, 3, 4, or 5. () Which of the following maps T : R R are linear? ([ [ ] x x + A. T = y]) x + ([ [ ] x x 3y B. T = y]) x ([ [ ] x x C. T = y]) y D. Rotation by an angle of α about the origin (a) A, B, C, and D (b) A, B, and D only (c) B and D only (d) A and B only (e) None of the above () Suppose f : P P is a linear map that has matrix [ ] A = with respect to input and output bases {, t}. What is f( + 3t)? [ 5 (a) 3] [ ] (b) (c) 3 + 5t
27 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 7 (d) + t () Let L be the linear transformation from P to P given by L(p(t)) = p (t) + 4p(t) and let B = {, t, t } be the standard basis for P. Then the coordinate matrix L BB representing L with respect to input and output basis B is: (a) 4 (b) 4 4 (c) 4 4 (d) 4 8 (e) None of the above (3) Given v = and w = what is the projection of v onto w? 4 (a) 5 4 (b) (c) 5 (d) 5 4 (e) None of the above (4) If B = {v, v, v 3, v 4 } is an orthogonal basis of R 4 and W = Span{v, v }, then the coordinate matrix P BB representing the projection map onto W with input and output basis B is: (a) (b) (5) Consider the orthonormal basis B = R 3. What are the coordinates of the vector (a) (b) / (c) /3 /6 (d) (c), 3, 6 of in this basis? 3 6 (d) None of the above (6) If V is a 3 dimensional subspace of R, then the dimension of V must be
28 8 LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK (a) (b) 7 (c) 3 (d) (7) If A is the edgenode incidence matrix for the graph > 4 > > 5 3 > 3 > 4 then the dimension of Nul(A) is (a) (b) (c) (d) 4 (e) 5 (8) Consider the three row vectors a T, b T, c T, where a, b, c R 3. Let a T A = b T c T be a matrix with determinant 3. What is the determinant of the matrix a T B = a T + c T b T + c T? (a) 6 (b) 6 (c) 4 (d) 4 (9) If A and B are bases, and I BA = [ ] 3, then the equation 4 [ ] 5 = 5 means: [ ] [ ] 5 (a) If v has Acoordinates, then it has Bcoordinates. [ ] [ 5 ] 5 (b) If v has Bcoordinates, then it has Acoordinates. 5 (c) If v = [ ], then it has Bcoordinates [ 5 5]. [ 3 4 ] [ ]
29 (d) If v = LINEAR ALGEBRA QUESTION BANK 9 [ ], then it has Acoordinates [ ] 5. 5
(a) II and III (b) I (c) I and III (d) I and II and III (e) None are true.
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