# Matrices and determinoids by Cuthbert Edmund Cullis

By Cuthbert Edmund Cullis

Quantity: 1 writer: Cambridge, collage Press book date: 1913 matters: Matrices Notes: this can be an OCR reprint. there is various typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. if you purchase the final Books variation of this publication you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could make a choice from greater than one million books at no cost. you can even preview the e-book there.

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5 = ᎏ2 6x 3x Base stays the same. 1 75 =ᎏ c. ᎏ 711 76 Integers Plus More S H O RT D I V I S I O N This is the opposite of adding fractions. We know a b a+b ᎏ+ᎏ=ᎏ c c c 5 3 8 ᎏ+ᎏ=ᎏ 7 7 7 The opposite is a+b a b ᎏ=ᎏ+ᎏ c c c EXAMPLE 20— 8x6 + 12x5 8x6 12x5 ᎏᎏ = ᎏ3 + ᎏ = 4x3 + 6x2 2x3 2x 2x3 Let’s try a longer one. Remember, longer is not harder. I will tell you when things get harder. EXAMPLE 21— 12x8 − 14x7 + 4x4 + 2x ᎏᎏᎏ 4x4 1 12x8 14x7 4x4 2x 7x3 4 ᎏ 4 = 3x − ᎏ + 1 + ᎏ 4 − ᎏ 4 + ᎏ 4 + ᎏ 4x 4x 4x 4x 2 2x3 NOTES 1.

8. Divide each side by −14. If the t2 term did not drop out, we could not finish the problem now. Later we will. It is called a quadratic equation. 3t(t − 4) = 2(t − 7) + 3t2 3t2 − 12t = 2t − 14 + 3t2 −3t2 − 2t = −2t − 3t2 −14t −14 ᎏ=ᎏ −14 −14 t=1 To check: 3(1)((1) − 4) ՘ 2((1) − 7) + 3(1)2 Because −9 = −9, the problem checks. EXAMPLE 6— Solve for x: 4x + 6x + 3 = 10x + 27 4. Combine like terms 5. Add −10x to each side 10x + 3 = 10x + 27 −10x = −10x 3 = 27 But 3 never equals 27. There is no solution to this problem.

Hb2 hb1 = 2A − hb2 2A− hb2 2A b1 = ᎏᎏ or ᎏ − b2 h h CHAPTER 4 PROBLEMS WITH WORDS WHY SO MANY STUDENTS H AV E P R O B L E M S O N T H E S AT One of the reasons so many of you have trouble in math, especially on the SAT, is the lack of problems with words. These problems help your brain translate algebra into English. In your future, when people give you problems—and they will—this skill will allow you to understand the problems better and help you solve them. In your real life, problems will often be much more difficult.