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Get Full Access to Linear Algebra: A Modern Introduction (Available 2011 Titles Enhanced Web Assign) - 3 Edition - Chapter 1 - Problem 1.1.27
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In Exercises 2528, u and v are binary vectors. Find u vand in each case.27.u 31, 0, 1

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Problem 1.1.27

In Exercises 2528, u and v are binary vectors. Find u vand in each case.27.u 31, 0, 1, 14, v 31, 1, 1, 14

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COB 191 Notes 9/5 - 9/9 ** ON EXCEL File->Options->Excel Options-> Add Ins-> Data Analysis**  Bar Charts o Good way to show qualitative data of different categories o Data sets->Insert-> Bar charts  Pareto Charts o Frequency of categories that cause quality control problems o Shows Relative and cumulative Frequency  Pie Charts o Compares proportions of categorical data  Contingincy Table o Format to display observations with more than one value o Insert-> Pivot Table  Stem and Leaf Display o Splits values into stems (10’s) and leaves (1’s)  Scatter Plot o Picture of the relationship between 2 data points o Dependent variable- Y axis o Independent variable- X axis  Line Charts o Scatter plot connected with line segments o Often used with time series data  Frequency Distribution o Number of data observations that fall into specific intervals.  Discrete Data o Values based on observation that can be counted and are represented by whole numbers  Continuous Data o Any real number o Can contain fractions, decimals etc  Relative Frequency Distributions o Displays the proportions of the observations  Cumulative Relative Frequency o Sum of all proportions o Always adds up to 100%  Histogram o Frequency of observations in a distribution  Frequency Distribution o Use between 4 and 20 cl

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