GU 4260 Market Design
Spring 17
Assignment ] 2
Question 1 Take any marriage problem in which agents on one side, say, women, have the
same preferences over the men. Is there a unique stable matching? If yes, provide a sketch
of the proof. If not, provide
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[7] By least squares, find the equation of the form y = ax + b that best fits the data
x1
x2
x3
x4
0
y1
1
y2
=
2
y3
3
y4
1
1
1
2
[8] Find an orthogonal basis for the subspace V of R4 spanned by
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[6] Find the intersection of the following two affine subspaces of R4 .
1
0
1
w
x
1
r
= 1 + 2
1 2 s
1
y
0
1
1
z
2
1
w
3
1
x
= +
0
1
y
1
1
z
1
1
t
1 u
1
(F15 Exam 1) (Solutions)
[1
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[3] Express A as a product of elementary matrices, where
3 5
A =
1 0
[4] Find the matrix A such that
1
0 1
3
0 0
1 1 = 3
3 0
A 1
0 1 1
0 3 0
[5] Find the intersection of the following two affine subs
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(F15 Homework 1) (Solutions)
[1] Solve the following system of equations.
w
1 1 1 3
3
1 1 2 3 x = 4
y
1 1 3 3
5
z
[2] Using matrix multiplication, count the number of paths of length nine from
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Linear Algebra, Dave Bayer
[2] Using matrix multiplication, count the number of paths of length eight from x to z.
x
y
z
[3] Express A as a product of elementary matrices, where
0 1 0
A = 2 2 0
0 0 1
[4] Find the matrix A suc
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[5] Find the intersection of the following two affine subspaces of R4 .
1
0
0
2
w
r
x
1
0
s
= 0 + 1
0 1
0
y
1
t
0
0 1
0
z
1
0
w
x
= 1 + 2 u
1
2
y
0
3
z
(F15 Homework 2)
[1] Let v1
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Linear Algebra, Dave Bayer
[3] Express A as a product of elementary matrices, where
0 1 12
A = 1 0 0
0 0 3
[4] Find the matrix A such that
1
0 1
0 0 3
1 1 = 0 0 3
A 1
0 1 1
0 0 3
[5] Find the intersection of the following two
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Linear Algebra, Dave Bayer
[5] Let V be the vector space R3 , equipped with the inner product
d
2 1 0
1 2 1
e
h(a, b, c), (d, e, f)i = a b c
0 1 2
f
Using this inner product rather than the dot product, find the orthogonal
F16 Study Guide for Exam 1
Linear Algebra, Dave Bayer
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Homework will count as 10% of your course grade. The homework for Exam 1 is given below. You may turn in
problems in batchs as you complete them; homework that is received early will receive more car
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Our first exam will be held in class on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. Makeup exams will only be given under
exceptional circumstances, and require a note from a doctor or a dean.
Exam 1 will consist of
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and Colonial Modernity in
Korea, 1924—1945
Michael Robinson
In February 1927, under the call sign JODK, the newly established
Kyongsong Broadcast Cor
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The Secretarys Office and the Courthouse are significant buildings that existed in the
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Use Table 1 to calculate both the peak and average SEASONAL financing needs.
The peak seasonal financing needs
Peak Financing Needs
Include the Permanent Financing Needs + The Maximum Seasonal Working Capital
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Please answer/respond to all of the following questions and issues:
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How are we directed around and through the space of the museum? How does the
available space determine how and what we might see?
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Because of the extensive involvement of the firm into different
activities, the accountants should be familiar with the problems that are
connected to the accounting of a
Hospitals in the United States emerged in some institutions such as nursing homes giving health
care to poor patients, these institutions could be run by charities and gave care to poor patients,
leprosy patients and retirees, the care was always marginal
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The Coastal Tea Company sells 60-pound bags of blended tea to restaurants. To be able to label the tea
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Problem 2-21
Number of copies
Revenue - cost
Constraints:
Print time, minutes
Collate time, minutes
Min painting to print
Min glazing to print
Painting
624.00
$4.50
Glazing
300.00
$3.50
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IS631
Enterprise Database Management
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Final Examination
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Put All Answers On The Answer Sheet
Part I: True/False (30 points)
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Data warehouse data are organized and summarized by tables, such as CUSTOMER and PRODUCT.
True
Challenges:
1) High prices of Organic Food
2) Lack of integrated supply chain and difficulties for farmers
3) Certification barriers
SWOT ANALYSIS
STRENGTH
Agriculture has always been Indias most vital financial sector. A wide variety of fruits
and vegeta