By Michelle Schatzman
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Show that there exists a constant C such that, for all m, Therefore, if we assume that e(t) is small compared with t, the approximation of E(A) by B(l/m)m is more precise than the approximation of E(A) by E(A,m) or by E(A,m). 20. 9) B(t) = ( l + (l - . Show that \\B(t)-E(tA)\\l = t3r](t), where 77 is a function of t which is bounded for sufficiently small t. What is the relationship between B(t/m), E(tA,m), and JE(tA,m)? Not only is this type of approximation more precise, but it allows us to obtain interesting information.
For example, •Except in 1 dimension, the determinant of the sum of two matrices is not related to the sum of their determinants. 3. 3. Let / be a linear mapping from a finite-dimensional space V to a finite-dimensional space W. Then, the dimension of the domain of / is equal to the sum of the dimension of the kernel of /, and the dimension of the image of/: dim Im / -I- dim ker / = dim V. 4. Prove, without using the determinant, that it is equivalent for a square matrix to be invertible, to have a left inverse, or to have a right inverse.
Therefore, A conserves lengths. Conversely, let A be a linear mapping matrix which conserves lengths. 8) (Ax, Ax) = (x, x ) , Vx. To extract information from this relation we are going to pass to the polar form of the quadratic form x (Ax, Ax) - (x, x). We first of all remark that we have, on using the sesquilinearity of the scalar product, (Ax + Ay, Ax + Ay) - (Ax - Ay, Ax - Ay) = 4 3? (Ax, Ay), Vx, My. Similarly, (x + y, x -t- y) - (x - y, x - y) = 4 3? (x, y), Vx, My. 9) 3i (Ax, Ay) = 3? (x, y), Vx, My.
Numerical Analysis: A Mathematical Introduction by Michelle Schatzman