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Dmitri Zaitsev
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oisinmccay
@oisinmccay
Does anyone have the solutions to Tutorial 04?
Dmitri Zaitsev
@dmitriz
@oisinmccay In addition, you can look at the solutions to older questions, see webpage for the links.
kearnemu
@kearnemu
@dmitriz
I wanted to ask what the structure of the exam at Christmas will be and wanted to ask what would be the best material to reference for studying? Would it be the tutorials or past exams?
Dmitri Zaitsev
@dmitriz
@kearnemu The structure is the same as in the last years, see also information on the main webpage. The scope is within current tutorials material, while the past exams may reflect a slightly different syllabus from those years.
The simplest way to check if vectors span $\mathbb R^n$ is to write them as columns in a matrix and compute the rank of the matrix. The vectors will span the total space precisely when the rank equals dimension $n$ (the number of rows of the matrix).