Excel Exercise:
This Assignment introduces you to the basic Excel functions you will be using while
taking you through step-by-step instructions on how to re-create the ocean floor
profile. In thi
Appendix 7A
Difficulties in Solving for
an Interest Rate
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Chapter Outline
Why Multiple Solutions can Occur?
Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)
Calculation
Chapter 8
Choosing the Best Alternative
Copyright Oxford University Press 2014
Chapter Outline
Incremental Analysis
Graphical Technique in solving problems
with mutually exclusive alternatives
Usin
A = [1 5 1;-2 1 0; 3 2 -5]
[LA,UA] = lu(A)
%Q1: There are only non zero numbers in the bottom triangle of the matrix.
[L,U,P] = lu(A)
%Q2: Yes, because there are non zero entries in the bottom triangl
B = [1;3;2;-1;4]
A = magic(5)
M = [A B]
rank_A = rank(A)
rank_M = rank(M)
% Q1: They are consistent because the rank is equal.
rref_M = rref(M)
C = rand(7,7)
D = rand(1,7)
transpose_D = transpose(D)
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%
% Load the Network Data
% load indices from data file
I = load('global-net.dat');
% create the adjacency matrix
A = sparse( I(:,1), I(:,2), 1 );
% print the size of A
fprintf( 'A is 0 x 0\n', size(A
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Applied Matrix Theory - MATH 551
Exam 2
November 4, 2002
Show all your work in the space provided under each question. each problem is worth 10 points.
1. Find a transformation T : R2 R2 which ro
Math 551 Exam III Spring 1999 Spring Fever
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1. Let A : R3 R3 ;
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a = 1 2 0 in the standard bases.
-3 0 -4
a) Compute the eigenvalues of A .
b) Compute a maximal set of independent eigenvectors.
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Applied Matrix Theory - MATH 551
Exam 1
September 27, 2002
Show all your work in the space provided under each question. each problem is worth 10 points.
1. Find all solutions to the system of eq
APPLIED MATRIX THEORY
Math 551
Louis Crane - Instructor
Exam I
September 19, 1994
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No notes or books!
I. Short answers (5 pts/part)
1. A) Is it possible to multiply
13
25
by
368
427
613
in either
Math 551
Sections 1.1 & 1.2.1
Systems of Linear Equations
Linear Equations
A linear
equation with n unknowns is any
equation that is equivalent to one of the form:
A System of (m) linear equations wit
Math 551
Sections 2.1.1-2.1.2
What is a Matrix?
Matrices (plural of matrix)
mxn Matrix is rectangular array of real
An
numbers with m rows and n columns.
is a 2x3 matrix.
When
m=n, the matrix is a S
Math 551
Sections 1.2.2-1.2.3
Gaussian Elimination
Row Operations
These are equivalent to the system operations:
I.
Change the order of the rows
II.Multiply
a row by a (nonzero) scalar
III.Replace
a r
Linear Combinations
A linear
combination of the vectors is any
vector of the form ( are real numbers.
We say is a linear combination of if for
some .
Every linear combination of basic solutions is
a
Math 551
Sections 2.1.1-2.1.2
Matrix Multiplication
Matrix Multiplication
Suppose we have an mxn matrix A and a pxq
matrix B.
Does
is make sense to form a new matrix
C = AB?
If so, what are the dime
Math 551
Sections 1.1 - 1.2.2
Systems of Linear Equations
Augmented Matrices
Row Operations
Linear Equations
Example: Solve the Systems
System Operations
Any of the following doesnt change the solutio
Interpreting Row-Echelon:
Unique and No Solutions
A system
has No Solution, and is inconsistent,
precisely when there is at least one row that is all
zeros in the coefficient matrix and a non-zero in
About the Rank
If
is the coefficient matrix of a
homogeneous system and then the solution
has parameters.
If is the coefficient matrix of a consistent
system and then:
1.
the system has a unique sol
CIS 527 - Enterprise Systems Administration
Spring 2017
Lab 2 - Configuration Management with Puppet
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Due: Monday, February 13th by 10:30 AM. 50 points total
Instructions: Create two virt
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Math 551 Fall 2016
Final Exam
You must Show your work and justify your reasoning to receive credit.
Problem 1 (10 pts). Let Problem 2 (10 pts). Let
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A"[m1 2 1 1
Find a basis for each of
Chapter 7
Rate of Return Analysis
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Chapter Outline
Definition of Internal Rate of Return
Rate of Return Calculation
Incremental Rate of Return Analysis
Decision C
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Applied Matrix Theory - MATH 551
Final Exam
December 17, 2002
Show all your work in the space provided under each question. Each problem is worth 10 points
except for problem 14 which is worth 20