Can vectors be inverted in this question? Enquire if it is possible to solve the...
Can vectors be inverted in this question?
Enquire if it is possible to solve the below for C.
Here obviously B is an invertible matrix and both c and μ are column vectors.
Would the solution be is it possible to invert vectors ?
How about if it was the other way
Is there any other way to do this ?
Answer & Explanation
Vectors, in general, cant
, since pressure is constant
(b) The energy and enthalpy of a perfect gas depend on temperature alone, hence it does not matter whether the temperature change is brought about at constant volume or constant pressure; are the same.
Under constant volume,
Perhaps this definition of the inverse vector will help you:
An inverse rectilinear vector is a vector which is co-directed (in the same direction as) a vector and differs from it in magnitude according to:
Projections on the coordinate axes of inverse rectilinear vectors are equal according to: