MAT 240: Excel Exercise 1
Name:
The following table has been filled in with height data (in centimeters) from a previous
MAT 240 class. To complete the table, the heights of all current class members will be
added to the table. To compute your height in c
temperature chirps per second
88.6
20
93.3
19.8
80.6
17.1
69.7
14.7
69.4
15.4
79.6
15
80.6
16
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14.4
71.6
16
84.3
18.4
75.2
15.5
82
17.1
83.3
16.2
82.6
17.2
83.5
17
Chirps per Second vs. Temerpature
by Rachel Williams
Chirps per Second
22
f(x) = 0.2119
MAT 320 Linear Algebra
Homework 6 Vector Spaces - Part III of the Trilogy
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Instructions: Due date: 12 November
Recommended supplemental and reference problems.
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Homework 1 Systems of Linear Equations
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Homework 5 Vector Spaces II
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LINEAR DEPENDENCE AND THE ZERO VECTOR
MICHAEL VANVALKENBURGH
Today in class you asked good questions about linear dependence and the zero vector, and
I want to make sure to give clear answers.
The denition of linear dependence says:
A set cfw_v1 , . . . ,
The Invertible Matrix Theorem
Let A be an n n matrix. Then the following are equivalent:
a.
The matrix A is invertible (non-singular).
b.
The matrix A is row equivalent to In .
c.
The matrix A has n pivot positions.
d.
The equation Ax = 0 has only the tri