Homework 6 - Linear Algebra Homework 6 Due at 3:00pm Dr...

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Linear Algebra - Homework 6 Due 2/28/14 at 3:00pm Dr. Darin Mohr Section 1.9 - # 2, 18, 22, 24, 26 Section 2.1 - # 10, 12, 16 (c,d,e), 28 Section 2.2 - # 4, 8, 10 (b,c,e), 14, 18 Extra Problems. On Monday, we looked at constructing magic squares in Octave. Octave actually has a built in function to create magic squares. For example, the 9 × 9 magic square is given by the command magic(9) Find a 3 × 3 magic square that is different from the one given by magic(3) . In Octave, one can create a matrix of random entries by the command
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