# An Introduction to Wavelets Through Linear Algebra by Michael W. Frazier By Michael W. Frazier

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Vn are linearly dependent. 7. 8). 37 Let V be a vector space over a field lF. A subset U of V is a basis for V if U is a linearly independent set such that span U = V. Bases are also characterized in the following way. 38 Let V be a vector space over a field lF, and let U be a nonempty subset of V. i. Suppose U is finite, say U {u 1 , u2 , •.. , Un}, for some n E N, with ui =f:. uk for j =f:. k. Then U is a basis for V if and only if = 34 1. •• , an e lF such that LJ=l v = ajUj. ii. If U is infinite, then U is a basis for V if and only if for each non-zero v e V, there exist unique m e N, u1 , u 2, ...

V. So there exists vk+I e V \ span{vi. v2, ... , vk}. 9(ii), the set {v1, ... , vk, Vk+d is linearly independent. Continue in this fashion. 11. 38. 12. Suppose n + 1 vectors belong to the span of n vectors, say Wj E span{v 1,v 2 , ... ,vn} for j = 1,2, ... ,n + 1. Prove that w 1 , w 2 , ... , Wn, Wn+l are linearly dependent. Hint: Prove this by induction on n. Let Pn be the statement given. The case n = 1 is not difficult. Suppose Pn- 1 holds. To prove Pn. 6). Otherwise, at least one of its coefficients is nonzero.

Hint: Since L;! 1 ak converges, limk~+oo ak = 0. Since L;! 1 ak does not converge absolutely, the series of positive terms and the series of negative terms in {ak} must each diverge. List the positive terms in decreasing order (call these {bk}) and the negative terms in order of decreasing magnitude (say {ck}). Form the rearranged series by taking enough bks, in order starting at b1 , until their sum is above a. Then add enough cks, starting at c1 and proceeding in order, until the sum is below a. 