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Unformatted text preview: occupations were divided into three classes U: professional, managerial, executive M: inspectional, supervisory, other non–manual, skilled manual L: semi–skilled and unskilled manual The study collected data relating the occupational classes of sons to that of their fathers (only males were considered.) It found, for example, that 5.4% of sons of M–class fathers ended up in U–class occupations. The full transition matrix was T = U M L U . 448 . 054 . 011 M . 484 . 699 . 503 L . 068 . 247 . 486 Find a vector x , having positive components that add up to 1, that obeys T x = x . Such a vector is called an equilibrium or steady state. 2...
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 Spring '08
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 Math, Linear Algebra, Wales, 5.4%, standard basis vectors

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