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### MOD5_280-282

Course: DSCI 3331, Spring 2011
School: UH Clear Lake
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MOD05 72106 GGS 3/30/05 2:48 PM Page 280 M O D U L E Mathematical Tools: Determinants and Matrices 5 TEACHING SUGGESTIONS Teaching Suggestion M5.1: Why Discuss Matrices and Determinants? These mathematical tools are needed in Markov analysis to compute absorbing states. In a more advanced treatment of linear programming, matrix manipulation skills are also desired. Teaching Suggestion M5.2: Matrices Can Be...

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