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# TRUE OR FALSE The formula rref(Afl) = rref(A) rref(B) holds for all n x p matrices A and ISBN: 9780136009269 434

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TRUE OR FALSE? The formula rref(Afl) = rref(A) rref(B) holds for all n x p matrices A and for all p x m matrices B.

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Chapter 9 Section 3 SNOW DAY PRESENTATION 02/24/2016 Chapter 9 Section 3 Terminology:  Space- is an undefined term (like point, line and plane)  Dihedral angle- angle formed when 2 planes meet  Parallel- if the line doesn’t intersect the plane  Perpendicular- if the line if intersects and is perpendicular to EVERY point in plane  Two planes are parallel if they do not intersect  Two planes are perpendicular if dihedral angle measures 90 degrees  Polyhedral- figures in space whose sides are polygonal regions  Faces- polygonal regions or sides  Edges- 2 faces intersect

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##### ISBN: 9780136009269

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