Week 4 - session B
Lab exercise week 4
For this exercise, you have to work in groups of 3 or 4 (if not, min 2 persons, max 5). You will be
given time to discuss the answers of these questions in your group and write them down (in brief) on
PRINCIPLES OF SYSTEMS
STAGES OF KNOWING
Absolute knowing knowledge is certain
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1. Compare and contrast RFID Tags and Bar Codes. Give examples in
RFID tagging is an ID system that uses small radio frequency
identification devices for identification and tracking purposes. A bar code is
the small ima
SOCY101-15A (HAM) AND (TGA)
Activity 1: Mini Presentation - Instruction Sheet
This assignment is worth 5% of your overall grade and will be completed at the
beginning of one of the remaining tutorial sessions.
Students will be able to
Sociology: Two 50 minute soundbites
SOCY101: INTRODUCTION TO
WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY
Stratification and inequality
Deviance & Crime
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The Fundamentals of Linear ' h
(or Matrix) Algebra
10.1 THE ROLE OF LINEAR ALGEBRA b,
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Linear algebra (1) permits expression ofa complicated system of equations in a succmct, simplied
way, (2) provides a shorthand method to
Test 1 Information
Thursday 24 January, 1 pm for 90 mins in S.1.05
Closed book, blank papers not needed
Any complicated formulae needed will be provided
Covers Topics 1-3 (through end of next Wednesdays lecture)
Non-programmable calculators are allow
Why use matrices?
Helpful when solving simultaneous equations
A more succinct way of expressing complicated
systems of equations
Bradley Chap 9.2
Rosser Chap 15
Dowling Chaps 10 &11
What is a Matrix?
A matrix i