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### Sp06SolPractFinal

Course: MATH 340L, Spring 2006
School: University of Texas
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and M340L: Matrices Matrix Calculations Unique Number: 57160 Practice Final sketchy Solution, May , 2006 LAST NAME (PRINT)................................. First Name ....................................... -Calculators are authorized. Books, hand written notes or other documents are not authorized. - Show all your work. - Explain every answer, either by a computation, or by using a theorem. Correct results...

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