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Posted by
Amanda
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Wednesday, October 29, 2008
at 11:19pm.
Suppose A and B are non-zero matrices such that A^2=0 and B^3=0(But B^2 does not =0) find in simplst form:
a)(A+B)^2
b)(A+B)^3
c)(A+B)^4
d)(A+B)^5
e)(A+B)^6
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