By André I. Khuri
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VECTOR SPACES AND SUBSPACES A vector space over R is a set V of elements called vectors together with two operations, addition and scalar multiplication, that satisfy the following conditions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. u q v is an element of V for all u, v in V. If ␣ is a scalar and u g V, then ␣ u g V. u q v s v q u for all u, v in V. u q Žv q w. s Žu q v. q w for all u, v, w in V. There exists an element 0 g V such that 0 q u s u for all u in V. This element is called the zero vector. 21 22 BASIC CONCEPTS IN LINEAR ALGEBRA 6.
0 . y5 0 2 is partitioned into six submatrices by drawing one horizontal line and two vertical lines as shown above. 3. Let A s Ž a i j . be an m1 = n1 matrix and B be an m 2 = n 2 matrix. The direct Žor Kronecker. product of A and B, denoted by A m B, is a matrix of order m1 m 2 = n1 n 2 defined as a partitioned matrix of the form AmBs a11 B a12 B иии a1 n1 B a21 B . . a m 11 B a22 B . . am 2 2 B иии a2 n1 B . . am 1 n1 B иии This matrix can be simplified by writing A m B s w a i j Bx. I Properties of the direct product can be found in several matrix algebra books and papers.
4 is countable. 12. Show that '3 is an irrational number. 13. Let a, b, c, and d be rational numbers such that aq 'b s c q 'd . Then, either (a) as c, bs d, or (b) b and d are both squares of rational numbers. 14. Let A ; R be a nonempty set bounded from below. Define yA to be the set Ä yx < x g A4 . Show that infŽ A. s ysupŽyA.. 15. Let A ; R be a closed and bounded set, and let supŽ A. s b. Show that bg A. 16. 2. 17. Let Ž A, F . be a topological space. Show that G ; F is a basis for F in and only if for each B g F and each pg B, there is a U g G such that pg U ; B.
Advanced Calculus with Applications in Statistics, Second Edition by André I. Khuri