By Carl D. Meyer

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Symmetric matrices whose k-th power is the identity Let A ∈ Mn (R) be symmetric. We suppose that there exists a positive integer k such that Ak = In . 1◦ ) Show that, necessarily, A2 = In . 2◦ ) Show that if k is odd then A = In . 167. Bounding the square roots of In For a positive integer n, let Xn = A ∈ Mn (R) A2 = In . Is the set Xn closed? Is it bounded ? 168. Commuting with all the permutation matrices A matrix Mσ = [mij ] ∈ Mn (R) is called a permutation matrix when mij = 1 if σ(j) = i, mij = 0 if σ(j) = i, 43 where σ : {1, 2, ...

Question: is f diﬀerentiable on R? 31 The limit of an integral 122. Let f : [0, 1] → R be a continuous function. We then deﬁne: 1 For all x > 0, F (x) = 0 x f (t) dt. x2 + t 2 Prove that F (x) has a limit as x → 0 and determine this limit. The intermediate value property for derivatives 123. Let I be an open interval of R and let f : I → R be a diﬀerentiable function. We note A = {(x, y) ∈ I × I ; x < y} . 1◦ ) Check that A is a convex subset of R2 . 2◦ ) For (x, y) ∈ A, deﬁne g(x, y) = f (y)−f (x) .

2◦ ) Let E be the ellipse in the plane whose Cartesian equation is x2 y 2 + 2 = 1, a2 b with a b > 0. The center of the ellipse is the origin denoted by O. Consider two points M and N on the ellipse such that the triangle OM N is rightangled, the right angle being at O; in other words, the two radiuses OM and ON of the ellipse are perpendicular. Prove that the line M N is tangent to a circle centered at O and whose radius is to be determined. 155. A tetrahedron with faces of equal areas Let us consider a tetrahedron whose four faces have the same area.