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Let Poly2 denote the vector space of polynomials

(with real coefficients) of degree less than 3.

Poly2 = {a1t^2+ a2 t+ a3 |a1; a2; a3 €R}

You may assume that {1,t; t^2}is a basis for Poly2.

(1) Show that L1 = {t^2 + 1; t-2 ; t + 3}and L2 = {2 t^2 + t; t^2 + 3; t}

are bases for Poly2.

(2) Let = 8t^2- 4+ 6 and = 7t^2- t + 9. Find the coordinates for

and with respect to the basis L1 and with respect to the basis L2

(3) find the coordinate change matrix P from the basis L1 to the basis L2.find P^-1

Just I answer part (1) can you help me to answer 2 and 3 

Let Poly2 denote the vector space of polynomials

(with real coefficients) of degree less than 3.

Poly2 = {a1t^2+ a2 t+ a3 |a1; a2; a3 €R}

You may assume that {1,t; t^2}is a basis for Poly2.

(1) Show that L1 = {t^2 + 1; t-2 ; t + 3}and L2 = {2 t^2 + t; t^2 + 3; t}

are bases for Poly2.

(2) Let v = 8t^2- 4t + 6 and w = 7t^2- t + 9. Find the coordinates for

v and w with respect to the basis L1 and with respect to the basis L2

Using the Fourier convolution theorem to solve f(t) =sin (t)

f(t)=R dJ(t)/dt+J(t)/C

R dJ(t)/dt+J(t)/C=f(t)

where f(t) is a driving electromotive force. Use the fourier transform to analyze this equation as follows.

 

 

Find the transfer function G(alpha)  then find g(t) .

 Thanks ....

R dJ(t)/dt+J(t)/C=f(t)

where f(t) is a driving electromotive force. Use the fourier transform to analyze this equation as follows.

 

 

Find the transfer function G(alpha)  then find g(t) .

 Thanks ....

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