The reduced row echelon form of a system of linear equations is given.Write the system of equations corresponding to the given matrix. Use x, y. or x, y, z. or

Lewis Harvey
2021-09-17
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The reduced row echelon form of a system of linear equations is given.Write the system of equations corresponding to the given matrix. Use x, y. or x, y, z. or

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Ezra Herbert

Answered 2021-09-18
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Since f(x)=1/4 is continuous for all x=/0, the limit is the same as just plugging in the value.

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Is it enough?

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How would you solve the following system of linear equations:

$2{x}_{1}+(3+a){x}_{2}+2{x}_{3}=2+a$

${x}_{1}+a{x}_{2}+2{x}_{3}=a$

$a{x}_{1}+2{x}_{2}+2a{x}_{3}=0$

assuming that$a\ne \pm \sqrt{2}$ ? I feel confident in solving linear equation systems with just constants as the coefficients but the variable coefficient a is what gives me problems.

Here is the solution I find: solution as augmented matrix but how would the assumption about a make the reduced echelon form any different compared to an assumption about e.g.$a\ne \pm \sqrt{2}$ ?

assuming that

Here is the solution I find: solution as augmented matrix but how would the assumption about a make the reduced echelon form any different compared to an assumption about e.g.

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Answer true or false to each of the following statements and explain your answers.

a. Polynomial regression equations are useful for modeling more complex curvature in regression equations than can be handled by using the method of transformations.

b. A polynomial regression equation can be estimated using the method of least squares, the same method used in multiple linear regression.

c. The term “linear” in “multiple linear regression” refers to using only first-degree terms in the predictor variables.

a. Polynomial regression equations are useful for modeling more complex curvature in regression equations than can be handled by using the method of transformations.

b. A polynomial regression equation can be estimated using the method of least squares, the same method used in multiple linear regression.

c. The term “linear” in “multiple linear regression” refers to using only first-degree terms in the predictor variables.