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Tuesday, February 21, 2006 

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so far matrix looks like the easy chapter we have covered. titles covered includes: matrix addition, subraction and multiplication. let begin by defining matrix. which will be easy question if it will be on the test. matrix is a list of numbers arranged in columns and rows contained in square brackets. we don't want to make this an essay you can read your notes.

ex: [x x xx x x x x x x x x]
[x x x x x x x x x x x x]


let me get to the point. i understood the matrix chapter. but before that. i need to ask 2 questions if possible can be solved in class before the test.

qestions #9) b. determine the number of ways one person can contact another and use exactly 2 intermediaries.
and question #10. letters b and c
b. use the transition matrix to predict the probabilities for a customer's second visit to the library.
c. predict the probabilities for a customer's third visit.
both questions are on page 92 of the review questions.




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