By John B. Fraleigh
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Let us record some observations about the method for solving systems of linear equations and then some observations about the method of row reduction itself. 26. , one in which the right sides are not necessarily all 0, are all given by the sum of any one particular solution and an arbitrary solution of the corresponding homogeneous system. PROOF. Conclusions (a), (b), and (c) follow immediately by inspection of the solution method. For (d), we observe that no contradictory equation can arise when the right sides are 0 and, in addition, that there must be at least one independent variable by (a) since (b) shows that the number of corner variables is ≤ k < n.
Ca0 , ca1 , . . , can , 0, 0, . . ). Polynomial multiplication is deﬁned so as to match multiplication of expressions an X n + · · · + a1 X + a0 if the product is expanded out, powers of X are added, and then terms containing like powers of X are collected: (a0 , a1 , . . , 0, 0, . . )(b0 , b1 , . . , 0, 0, . . ) = (c0 , c1 , . . , 0, 0, . . ), N where c N = k=0 ak b N −k . We take it as known that the usual associative, commutative, and distributive laws are then valid. The set of all polynomials in the indeterminate X is denoted by F[X ].
PROOF OF UNIQUENESS. If A = B Q + R = B Q 1 + R1 , then B(Q − Q 1 ) = R1 − R. Without loss of generality, R1 − R is not the 0 polynomial since otherwise Q − Q 1 = 0 also. Then deg B + deg(Q − Q 1 ) = deg(R1 − R) ≤ max(deg R, deg R1 ) < deg B, and we have a contradiction. PROOF OF EXISTENCE. If A = 0 or deg A < deg B, we take Q = 0 and R = A, and we are done. Otherwise we induct on deg A. Assume the result for degree ≤ n − 1, and let deg A = n. Write A = an X n + A1 with A1 = 0 or deg A1 < deg A.
A first course in abstract algebra by John B. Fraleigh