Find the coordinate vector of A relative

Fatoom Alsaadi 2022-03-31 Answered

Find the coordinate vector of A relative to the basis S = {A 1, A 2, A 3, A 4 }.


 

 

(A)S = (_,_,_,_)
 

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Answered 2022-04-21 Author has 229 answers

[3050]+[3333]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Add the corresponding elements.

[3+30+35+30+3]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify each element of the matrix [3+30+35+30+3].

Simplify 3+3.

[60+35+30+3]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 0+3.

[635+30+3]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 5+3.

[6380+3]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 0+3.

[6383]+[0111]+[0055]+[0001]

Add the corresponding elements.

[6+03+18+13+1]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify each element of the matrix [6+03+18+13+1].

Simplify 6+0.

[63+18+13+1]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 3+1.

[648+13+1]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 8+1.

[6493+1]+[0055]+[0001]

Simplify 3+1.

[6494]+[0055]+[0001]

Add the corresponding elements.

[6+04+09+54+5]+[0001]

Simplify each element of the matrix [6+04+09+54+5].

Simplify 6+0.

[64+09+54+5]+[0001]

Simplify 4+0.

[649+54+5]+[0001]

Simplify 9+5.

[64144+5]+[0001]

Simplify 4+5.

[64149]+[0001]

Add the corresponding elements.

[6+04+014+09+1]

Simplify each element of the matrix [6+04+014+09+1].

Simplify 6+0.

[64+014+09+1]

Simplify 4+0.

[6414+09+1]

Simplify 14+0.

[64149+1]

Simplify 9+1.

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