Hector Ordorica 1/16/2007 Tues 2-3 Exercise 1.1 Input: H=8;e=5;c=3;t=20;o=15;r=18; O=15;r=18;d=4;o=15;r=18;i=9;c=3;a=1; HectorOrdorica = H + e + c + t + o + r + O + r + d + o + r + i + c + a Output: HectorOrdorica = 152 Exercise 1.2 Input: z = 25-(100-7ex
TA: Green 2-3 pm
a = -3
b = -2
> x = [a;b;c]
No, the matrix is not invertible.
Because of the Invertible Matrix Theorem, we know that the matrix must have
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