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(a). What is T (e )? (Hint: use your answer from A1(c), and the properties that T has as a linear
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30 IX.5 (c). What is T (1, 3, −1)? Dec 10 Gaussian limit laws Presentations Marni Sophie
Asst #3 Due 3. Extra-Practice Questions:
Try these questions for some more practice. The more practice you get the better you will
understand the material and the better you will do on quizzes and exams.
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