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Maximizing Profit Problem

Suppose that a laundry service determines that to attract x customers per day, its price of service must be 3.20 - 0.02x dollars. If their total cost to serve x customers is 0.05x^2 + 1.10x + 120 dollars, how many customers should be served to maximize their profit? (Hint: Use the price to help get the revenue)

Linear Transformations and Subspaces

B1) This question concerns the following two subsets of : (a) Show that , and find a vector in that does not belong to T. [3] (b) Show that T is a subspace of . [4] (c) Show that S is a basis for T, and write down the dimension of T. [7] (d) Find an orthogonal basis for T that contains the vector .

Linear Combinations, Basis and Transformations

1. Given a basis B = { u1 = [1, 2], u2 = [2, 1] } for R^2, express u = [7, -2] as a linear combination of u1 and u2. How many ways can you do this? (in this problem...the u1 and u2 should actually be u sub 1 and u sub 2...I couldn't do that notation here....also the u1, u2, and u should all be bold to represent vectors) 2. L

Maximizing the Sustainable Yield

3.17) A lake has a carrying capacity of 10,000 fish. At the current level of fishing, 2000 fish per year are taken and the fish population seems to hold fairly steady at about 4000. If you wanted to maximize the sustainable yield, what would you suggest in terms of population size and yield?

Isomorphisms and automorphisms.

This week lecture is taught about Isomorphism, automorphism and Inner automorphism, but I don't understand what they are. Can you give some simple examples?

Urgent

Please help. I only need answers with brief explanations. No need of detailed working. (See attached file for full problem description) --- State whether the following are true or false with reasons: 1. If a in S6, then an =1 for some n greater than or equal to 1. 2. If axa-1=bxb-1, then a=b 3. The function e

Cyclic Vector

Suppose that T is a linear operator on a two dimensional vector space V, and that T is not multiple of the identity transformation. Show that T has a cyclic vector (i.e., there exists v V such that {v, Tv } is a base for V). Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.

Isomorphism proof

Show that a homomorphism from a field onto a ring with more than one element must be an isomorphism. Recall The the function f is an isomorphism if and only if f is onto and Kernel ={ 0}. Please explain step by step with reasons in every step.

Automorphism of a group

Modern Algebra Group Theory (LXI) Automorphism of a Group Is the mapping given below an automorphism of the group ? G group of integers under addition, T:x --> -x

Isomorphisms and path classes

(See attached file for full problem description with proper symbols) --- a) Under what conditions will two path classes, and , from to , give rise to the same isomorphism of onto ? b) Let be an arcwise-connected space. Under what conditions is the following true: For any two points , all path classes from

M/M/s Queue, Stationary Distribution and Long-Run Proportion

Consider the M/M/s queue, with arrival rate... 5. Consider the M/M/s queue, with arrival rate Λ >0 and service rate μ >0. (a) Find the condition involving Λ, μ and s that is necessary for there to exist a stationary distribution. Why does this condition makes sense? (b) Find the long-run proportion of time that there ar

Isomorphism

We are working on the proof of showing G (the group of rigid motions of a regular dodecahedron) is isomorphic to the alternating group A_5. Lemma: Let H be a normal subgroup of a finite group G, and let x be an element of G. If o(x) and [G:H] are relatively prime, then x is in H. Theorem: Any 60 element group having 24 el

Linear Mapping, Linear Space, Differentiability and Continuity

In each of Exercises 40 through 46 following, a linear space V is given and a mapping T : V→V is defined as indicated. In each case determine whether T is a linear mapping. If T is linear, determine the kernel (or null space) and range, and compute the dimension of each of these subspaces wherever they are finite-dimension

Initial value existence and uniqueness

What is the best statement that you can make about the existence and uniqueness of the solution of the following initial value problems? (a) y'= sin(ty)+1/t, y(1)=2 (See attachment for full question)

Linear Transformations, Change of Basis and Conjugation

Let V = Q3 and let ' be the linear transformation from V to itself: '(x, y, z) = (9x + 4y + 5z,−4x − 3z,−6x − 4y − 2z), x, y, z E Q With respect to the standard basis B find the matrix representing this linear transformation. Take the basis E = {(2,−1,−2), (1, 0,−1), (3,−2

Linear Transformations : Basis, Kernel, Image, Onto, One-to-one and Matrices

1) Define a linear transformation.... a) Find a basis for Ker T. b) Find a basis for Im T. c) Is T an onto map? d) Is T a one-to-one map? 2) Define a linear transformation... a) Find the matrix for T with respect to the standard basis. b) Find the matrix for T with respect to { ( ) , ( ) , ( ) } as the basis for R and t

Transformations

I need help and an explanation for the following: Using the matrix A = 1 -1 0 0 -1 1 -1 2 -1 to compute TsubA(x), for x = (1, 2, 3)^T. Here TsubA: R^3 into R^3 is defined by TsubA(x) = Ax. Also describe the kernel of the transformation TsubA (that is state what a typical vector in ker T looks like).

Order of Elements, Factor Groups and Homomorphisms

Help with this linear transformation problem. Please help with the following problem. Provide step by step calculations. A. What is the order of the element 14 + <8> in the factor group Z24 / <8>? I know that if I let G = Z24 and H = <8> , then H = <8> = {0,8,16}. So Z24/<8> = {0+H,1+H,2+H,3+H,4+H,5+H,6+H,7+H}.

Isomorphism of Binary Structures

Determine whether the mapping phi: Z -> Z which is defined by phi(n) = n + 1 is an isomorphism from the binary structure (Z, +) to the binary structure (Z, +). If not, explain why and give a counter-example. See the attached file.

Identity Element Preserved in a Homomorphism

Let ... be a homomorphism of a group ... into a group... . Show that if is the identity element of... , then is the identity element... in ... . Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.

Mapping : Homomorphism

Prove that mapping... is a homomorphism. Note: both groups are under addition. Please see attached for full question.

Homomorphisms, Kernels and Prime Ideals

Given an onto ring homomorphism &#934;: R1 --> R2 we saw in class that if I <u>C</u> R1 is an ideal containing the kernel of &#934;, then &#934;(I) is an ideal of R2. In addition, we saw that if J <u>C</u> R2 is an ideal, then &#934;&#713;¹(J) is an ideal of R1 containing kernel of &#934;. (i) Show that if I <u>C</u> R1 is a

Job Shop Problem

Suppose you have N jobs that have to be processed on a single machine. For i = 1, 2, . . . ,N, job i requires pi units of time on the machine, and has weight wi. The objective is to schedule these jobs so as to minimize the sum of the weighted completion time of all the jobs, where the completion time of job i is the time at w