duc-nguyen_survey_3questions_about_fill-in terms_internet_game

Duc-nguyen_survey_3questions_about_fill-in terms_internet_game

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SIMPLE SURVEY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE INTERNET “FILL-IN-TERMS, CHESS- LIKE” GAME Please CIRCLE (or MARK) your most appropriated responses (on the scales 1 through 6) to the following questions: Question 01: The “fill-in terms, chess-like” internet game is an interesting/fun tool to reinforce/supplement our learning about quickly identifying the locations of non-zero fill-in terms in the Cholesky method for solving Simultaneous Linear Equations (SLE) (1) = unacceptable; (2) = poor; (3) = acceptable; (4) = good; (5) = very good; (6) = excellent Question 02: I can clearly see the connection between the “fill-in terms, chess-like” internet game and the
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Unformatted text preview: summations of the products u(K,I) * u(K,J) of Cholesky factorized formulas to compute the diagonal terms u(I,I), and off-diagonal terms u(I,J) (1) = unacceptable; (2) = poor; (3) = acceptable; (4) = good; (5) = very good; (6) = excellent Question 03: The fill-in terms, chess-like internet games should help me to improve my performance/understanding (in quizzes, or tests) related to using Cholesky method for solving Simultaneous Linear Equations (SLE) (1) = unacceptable; (2) = poor; (3) = acceptable; (4) = good; (5) = very good; (6) = excellent...
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