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Authors: Bill Davis and Jerry Uhl 1996-2010

Publisher: Make: Mathematics

LITERACY

What you need to know when you're away from the machine.

L.1)

Here is a random 2D matrix:

A = 88N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<,

8N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<<;

MatrixForm@AD

1.76234 -0.773071

O

-1.83244 -0.155735

{..............., ..............}.

The second horizontal row of A is:

{..............., ..............}.

L.2)

Here is a random 2D matrix:

A = 88N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<,

8N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<<;

MatrixForm@

AD

1.48 1.78

O

1.15 0.136

a b

At =

c d

are

a = ....................... b = .......................

c =........................ d = .......................

L.6)

Given a 2D matrix A, then the horizontal rows of

At (= Transpose[A])

are the vertical columns of A.

Agree..........

Disagree.......

L.7)

Given a 2D matrix A, then the vertical columns of

At (= Transpose[A])

are the horizontal rows of A.

Agree..........

Disagree.......

L.8)

When you hit a circle with a matrix you get

a) Another circle.

b) An ellipse

c) An ellipse,a line or just one point

d) A hyperbola, ellipse,a line or just one point.

Your response:.............

L.9)

When you hit a rectangle with a matrix you get

a) Another rectangle.

b) An ellipse

c) An ellipse,a line or just one point

d) A parallelogram, a line or just one point.

Your response:.............

L.10)

Here's the unit circle waiting to be hit with a matrix:

Before

0.402723 -1.28007

O

0.116336 -1.55761

{..............., ..............}.

The second vertical column of A is:

{..............., ..............}.

L.3)

Here is a 2D matrix A:

2.0 1.0

A=

.

-1.0 0.0

And here's a 2D vector X = 8-0.3, 0.4<:

When you hit X with A by calculating A . X, you get

A.X =8

,

<

L.4)

Here is a 2D matrix A:

2.7 0.5

A=

.

-1.4 1.3

And here's a 2D vector X = 80.7, -1<:

There are numbers a and b so that you can calculate A.X via

A.X = a 82.7, -1.4< + b 80.5, 1.3<.

The correct numbers a and b are

a = .......................

b =........................ .

L.5)

Here is a random 2D matrix:

A = 88N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<,

8N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D, N@Random@Real, 8-2, 2<D, 3D<<;

MatrixForm@

AD

y

1.0

0.5

-1.0

-0.5

0.5

-0.5

-1.0

Here's an xystretcher A:

1

2

1

2

Here's what you get when you hit the unit circle A

1.0

y

1.5

1.0

1.0

0.5

-1.0

-0.5

0.5

0.5

1.0

-1.5

-1.0

-0.5

0.5

1.0

x

1.5

-0.5

-0.5

-1.0

-1.0

Given that the area of the unit circle measures out to p square units, what does the area of

the ellipse plotted above measure out to?

L.11)

Go with this matrix A:

3

2

5

6

Here's what you get when you hit the unit circle with B.A:

-1.5

Given that the area of the unit circle measures out to p square units, what does the area of

the ellipse plotted above measure out to?

Why is this ellipse not tilted?

L.13)

For a given 2D matrix A, the inverse matrix A-1 is the matrix you hit with to undo

whatever a hit with A did.

For instance, when you hit with this stretcher matrix A:

K

4 0

O

0 1

a b

A-1 =

c d

are

a = ....................... b = .......................

c =........................ d = .......................

L.14)

Hits with the following matrix rotate everything about {0,0} by s counterclockwise radians:

Cos@sD -1. Sin@sD

Sin@sD

Cos@sD

y

1.5

1.0

0.5

-1.5

-1.0

-0.5

0.5

1.0

x

1.5

-0.5

-1.0

-1.5

Given that the area of the unit circle measures out to p square units, what does the area of

the ellipse plotted above measure out to?

L.12)

Go with this matrix A:

3

2

1

6

Here's what you get when you hit the unit circle with A.B:

a b

rotator@sD-1 =

c d

are

a = ....................... b = .......................

c =........................ d = .......................

The entries a, b, c and d that make

a b

rotator@sD-1 =

c d

are

a = ....................... b = .......................

c =........................ d = .......................

L.15)

Remembering that

shear@aD.shear@bD = shear@a + bD

and that

1 0

shear@0D =

,

0 1

come up with the b that makes

shear@aD-1 = shear@bD.

L.16)

Given two invertible matrices A and B, the inverse of A.B is

a) A-1 . B-1

b) B-1 . A-1 .

My choice is ..............

L.17)

Here's the square with corners at {0,0}, {1,0}, {1,1} and {0,1} with lots of points inside:

a b

O

c d

2

-2

-1

-1

-8.71769 8.30853

O

-33.5797 13.5598

26.1701 -23.945

K

O

30.0249 -21.328

Why or why not?

1.15061 -1.44075

O

0.528215 1.10543

Here's what you get when you hit this square and the points inside with A:

y

2

-2

-1

-1

-2

Look at A again:

K

MatrixForm@AD

1.15061 -1.44075

O

0.528215 1.10543

Use what you see to identify the vectors that define the parallelogram.

L.18)

Here is a cleared 2D matrix A:

Clear@a, b, c, dD;

A = 88a, b<, 8c, d<<;

MatrixForm@AD

x y

.

z w

Your job is to write down what the values of x,y,z and w are.

x = .....................................................

y = .....................................................

z = .....................................................

w = .....................................................

L.19)

Here are calculations of A.B and B.A for two random 2D matrices A and B:

K

-2

1 3

O

4 2

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