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Extra Trigonometry Problems II
Problems
bh
. With
2
reference to the triangle below (not necessarily a right triangle), nd a formula for the area
A which is in terms of , a an
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes on Binomial Theorem and Sequences
1
1.1
The Binomial Theorem: Another Approach
Pascals Triangle
In class (and in our text) we saw that, for integer n 1, the binomial the
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes Matrices IV
5
Inverse Matrices
5.1
Introduction
In our earlier work on matrix multiplication, we saw the idea of the inverse of a matrix. That is,
for a square matrix A,
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Extra Trigonometry Problems
Problems
Graph the following trigonometric functions over [P, P ] where P is the period of the function.
Determine the period, phase shift and ampl
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes Matrices II
3
Matrix Multiplication
3.1
Introduction
So far we have seen two algebraic operations with matrices, addition and scalar multiplication, and
we have also see
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes on Series
1
Series
Now that we have studied sequences in general, and arithmetic and geometric sequences in particular, we make use of these to dene the notion of a seri
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes Matrices III
4
4.1
Solving Systems of Equations by Reducing Matrices
Introduction
One of the main applications of matrix methods is the solution of systems of linear equ
Math 152 Sec S0601/S0602
Notes on Matrices
1
1.1
Matrices: Introduction, Terminology, Notation
Introduction
Consider the problem of solving the system of equations
x 2y = 1
2x + 3y = 2
(1)
(2)
We can