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Course: MATH 3233, Fall 2009
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3 Assignment (Math 3233) Due date: September 30 I will grade all the questions of the assignment. Show your work, including all the intermediate steps. Do not copy the entire output given by any package. Include only the relevant output and explain it in your own language. 1. [1+2 = 3 points] (page 38) (a) Question 1.40. Justify (b) the answer in (a). 2. [2 points] Question 2.3 (page 90). 3. [3 points] Question...

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3 Assignment (Math 3233) Due date: September 30 I will grade all the questions of the assignment. Show your work, including all the intermediate steps. Do not copy the entire output given by any package. Include only the relevant output and explain it in your own language. 1. [1+2 = 3 points] (page 38) (a) Question 1.40. Justify (b) the answer in (a). 2. [2 points] Question 2.3 (page 90). 3. [3 points] Question 2.11 (page 91). 4. [2+2+2+3 = 9 points] Question 2.13 (page 91) [correction in part (d): Xh = 33]. Explanation is required for (c) and (d). 5. [5 points] Question 2.17 (page 92). 6. [2 points] Question 2.18 (page 92). 1
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