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Originally posted by Jess O Mac

Or you should answer every question with the wrong answer just to confuse them. They wouldn't see that one coming!

 

that my firend results in a big fat fail which means that you end up working for mac'd where your ex- bf/gf (who dumped you after you failed the test) is their with your ex-best firend exchanging tounges and you end up serving them while they don't acknowledge you exsitence- then you go home and wonder why oh why you thought jess's theroy would work out

of course you ould end up becoming famous but we'll leave that out of the equation

 

and no this is not part of my life story though i may use it if i become famous

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OK,

 

Here is one of my questions that were on the paper that I didn't know. If anyone knows, tell me just out of interest. :)

When I came to this question it is fair to say I was totally lost.

 

Q1 (i)

 

Write the following pair of simultaneous equations as a single matrix equation and hence or otherwise find its unique solution.

 

4x - 3y = 2

x + y = 1

 

Explain why the following matrix is not invertible.

 

| 2 6 |

| 1 3 |

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Originally posted by The Crippler

 

Q1 (i)

 

Write the following pair of simultaneous equations as a single matrix equation and hence or otherwise find its unique solution.

 

4x - 3y = 2

x + y = 1

 

Explain why the following matrix is not invertible.

 

| 2 6 |

| 1 3 |

 

:? I'm in set 1 for Maths and haven't got a clue about any of that.

 

Or maybe I'm just thick. :D

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Originally posted by The Crippler

OK,

 

Here is one of my questions that were on the paper that I didn't know. If anyone knows, tell me just out of interest. :)

When I came to this question it is fair to say I was totally lost.

 

Q1 (i)

 

Write the following pair of simultaneous equations as a single matrix equation and hence or otherwise find its unique solution.

 

4x - 3y = 2

x + y = 1

 

Explain why the following matrix is not invertible.

 

| 2 6 |

| 1 3 |

 

OMG! that's easy...if your einstein (or Bill gates)

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Originally posted by The Crippler

OK,

 

Here is one of my questions that were on the paper that I didn't know. If anyone knows, tell me just out of interest. :)

When I came to this question it is fair to say I was totally lost.

 

Q1 (i)

 

Write the following pair of simultaneous equations as a single matrix equation and hence or otherwise find its unique solution.

 

4x - 3y = 2

x + y = 1

 

Explain why the following matrix is not invertible.

 

| 2 6 |

| 1 3 |

 

 

In the Matrix, nothing is real. It makes you think there is an answer, when really it is just a muddle of 1's and 0's. <<< you should have written that :)

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Originally posted by The Crippler

OK,

 

Here is one of my questions that were on the paper that I didn't know. If anyone knows, tell me just out of interest. :)

When I came to this question it is fair to say I was totally lost.

 

Q1 (i)

 

Write the following pair of simultaneous equations as a single matrix equation and hence or otherwise find its unique solution.

 

4x - 3y = 2

x + y = 1

 

Explain why the following matrix is not invertible.

 

| 2 6 |

| 1 3 |

 

 

OMG how dumb are you? The answer is so obviously half a goldfish :D

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