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Assuming that your software has the commands discussed in Exercises 36 and 37. apply

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Problem 38

Assuming that your software has the commands discussed in Exercises 36 and 37. apply them 10 find the elgenvalues . of A = [ _ 0 IO. '] If your software IS . successful. the results should be A. = i. - i. where i = P . (See Appendix B.) (Caution: Some software does not handle complex roots and may not permit complex elements in a matrix. Determine the situation for the software you use.)

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Koshar Amy Brogan March 14 & 16, 2016 Week 10 Apportionment Part 2 Terms Review:  Quota: o The value of how many items are going to be distributed before adjusted apportionment o Found by dividing the population by the standard devisor  Employees / employees per manager = mangers going to each factory  Standard Devisor: o The value that determines the rate at which an item is distributed o Found by dividing the total population by the number of items being distributed  Employees of all factories combined / mangers available = employees per manager Practice Example 1: 12 iPads being sent among 3 high schools by population of students A: 3,700 B: 2,200 C: 6,100 Total: 12,000 Standard Devisor: 12,000 / 12 iPads = 1,000 students per iPad Quota: population / standard devisor Ex. A: 3,700 / 1,000 = 3.7 iPads Hamilton Method Quota Round down Highest fraction End result School A 3.7 3 .7  +1 4 School B 2.2 2 2 School C 6.1 6 6 Totals: 12,000

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Textbook: Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications
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Author: Bernard Kolman David Hill
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