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RE 29 RE D4 HL D6 HL 6.3 4 RE 8 RE 10 RE 12 RE 14 RE 19 RE 20 RE D1 HL 6.4 4 RE 5 RE 11(b)(c) RE 14 RE 20 RE 21 RE 23 RE D1 CE Nancy Khalil, Spring 2018 Homework 8, page 2/4

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MATH 232 Applied Linear Algebra 2 Additional questions These questions are made up by your instructor and may require a blend of ideas that we have encountered so far in the course. They are similar to exam style questions in that it is not entirely clear what part of the text is directly related to solving the problem. You will have to decide what tools/techniques are required. 2 D Graphics Symbols The capital letter N in the figure is determined by eight points, or vertices. The coordi- nates of the points can be stored in a data matrix, D . FIGURE 1 Regular N . graphics in the screen displays and for other functions, such as graphical display of data, desktop publishing, and slide production for commercial and educational presentations. Consequently, anyone studying a computer language invariably spends time learning how to use at least two-dimensional (2D) graphics. This section examines some of the basic mathematics used to manipulate and dis- play graphical images such as a wire-frame model of an airplane. Such an image (or picture) consists of a number of points, connecting lines or curves, and information about how to fill in closed regions bounded by the lines and curves. Often, curved lines are
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