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[M] Compute the singular values of the $4 \times 4$ matrix in Exercise 9 in Section $2.3,$ and compute the condition number $\sigma_{1} / \sigma_{4} .$

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Algebra

Chapter 7

Symmetric Matrices and Quadratic Forms

Section 4

The Singular Value Decomposition

Introduction to Matrices

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for this problem. We just our input of the match checks into the calculator, and, uh, it returns the single the values off this metrics. So this is the solutions for the singular values. Sigma 12 Sigma four. And the condition number will be a question off sticking my one over a sigma for so you can see that the condition number for this metric this really large on the miss Other solutions to this problem.

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