Find the matrix M introduced in Exercise 57 for the linear transformationT(v) =You can either follow the approach outlined in Exercise 57 or use Gaussian elimination, expressing the leading variables y\, y2 in terms of the free variables x\,x2, wherev =Note that this procedure amounts to finding the kernel of 7\ in the familiar way; we just interpret the result somewhat differently.

Math 103—Week 7 Notes—3.93.11 3.9: Inverse Trig Functions: Graphs of Inverse Trig Functions: *Inverse and regular trig functions have opposite inputs/outputs **Graphs of inverse trig functions are (one cycle of) trig function graphs rotated clockwise 90 Derivative Rules: If x falls within each inverse trig function’s domain… 1 du √(¿−u 2) dx d −1 1 dx(sin u = ¿ 1 2 du √(¿−u ) dx d −1 (cos u )= dx ¿ d −1 1 du (tan u )= 2 dx 1+u dx d −1 −1 du dx(csc u )= u √(u −1) dx | | d −1 1 du dx sec u = 2 dx | |√(u −1) d −1 −1 du dx cot u