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# ANDRE DOWNIE - 216-8>> B=[16-4;6-2 A*B ans = 1024-128...

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ANDRE DOWNIE CLASSWORK 10-12-10 9202 >> A=[6,-2;10,3]; >> B=[9,8;-12,14]; >> A+B ans = 15 6 -2 17 >> A=[-7,16;4,9]; >> B=[6,-5;12,-2]; >> C=[-3,-9;6,8]; >> A+B+C ans = -4 2 22 15 >> A-B+C ans = -16 12 -2 19 >> B+C+A ans = -4 2 22 15 >> A+C+B ans = -4 2

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22 15 >> (A+B)+C ans = -4 2 22 15 >> A+(B+C) ans = -4 2 22 15 >> A = [64,32;24,-16]; >> B= [16,-4;6,-2]; >> A.*B ans = 1024 -128 144 32 >> A./B ans = 4 -8 4 8 >> B.^3 ans = 4096 -64
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Unformatted text preview: 216 -8 >> B= [16,-4;6,-2]; A.*B ans = 1024 -128 144 32 A./B ans = 4 -8 4 8 B.^3 ans = 4096 -64 216-8 >> a=[10,-9,-6,12]; >> b=[5,-4,-12,8]; >> product=conv(a,b) product = 50 -85 -114 272 -48 -192 96 >> a=[14,-6,3,9]; >> b=[5,7-4]; >> [quotient,remainder]=deconv(a,b) quotient = 2.8000 -2.8800 2.3280 remainder =-0.0000 0.0000 -0.0000 2.0160...
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ANDRE DOWNIE - 216-8>> B=[16-4;6-2 A*B ans = 1024-128...

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