Spring | 2007: | Math 630-102 |
Linear Algebra and Applicatons |

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[ part 2 ] >> Note on problem 1: solution decaying to zero is u(t) = c x exp(-t)
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Lecture #4: | N(A), C(A) and C(A^{T}) |

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