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... Binary arithmetic and logical operations on arrays are performed element-wise >>> a = np.arange(4) >>> b = np.arange(1, 5) >>> c = a + b >>> c array([1, 3, 5, 7]) >>> d = -a + 2*b ...

... Binary arithmetic and logical operations on arrays are performed element-wise >>> a = np.arange(4) >>> b = np.arange(1, 5) >>> c = a + b >>> c array([1, 3, 5, 7]) >>> d = -a + 2*b ...

Level 2 - PR Web

... Angle θ and angle α are congruent angles. Congruent angles do not have to point in the same direction, they only need to have the same angle rotation (in degrees or radians). ...

... Angle θ and angle α are congruent angles. Congruent angles do not have to point in the same direction, they only need to have the same angle rotation (in degrees or radians). ...

Implementing Sparse Matrices for Graph Algorithms

... sparse matrix indexing, we use the convenient Matlab colon notation, where A(:, i) denotes the ith column, A(i, :) denotes the ith row, and A(i, j) denotes the element at the (i, j)th position of matrix A. For one-dimensional arrays, a(i) denotes the ith component of the array. Indices are 1-based t ...

... sparse matrix indexing, we use the convenient Matlab colon notation, where A(:, i) denotes the ith column, A(i, :) denotes the ith row, and A(i, j) denotes the element at the (i, j)th position of matrix A. For one-dimensional arrays, a(i) denotes the ith component of the array. Indices are 1-based t ...

2x=20 x=10

... SAME SIDE EXTERIOR ANGLES). I prefer same side.... Same Side because they are on the same side of the transversal and exterior because they are on the exterior of the parallel lines. PROVE: SAME SIDE EXTERIOR ANGLES ARE SUPPLEMENTARV PROVE: mlz + m,/7 = 180" & mZA + mZS = 1,SOo ...

... SAME SIDE EXTERIOR ANGLES). I prefer same side.... Same Side because they are on the same side of the transversal and exterior because they are on the exterior of the parallel lines. PROVE: SAME SIDE EXTERIOR ANGLES ARE SUPPLEMENTARV PROVE: mlz + m,/7 = 180" & mZA + mZS = 1,SOo ...

4_PCA

... PCA uses following for diagonalization 1. Choose direction with max variance 2. Find direction with max variance that is orthogonal to all previously selected 3. Goto 2, until we run out of dimensions ...

... PCA uses following for diagonalization 1. Choose direction with max variance 2. Find direction with max variance that is orthogonal to all previously selected 3. Goto 2, until we run out of dimensions ...

MATH 110 Midterm Review Sheet Alison Kim CH 1

... vectors of target space are written along left: v1 … vk … vn w1 [ a1,k ...

... vectors of target space are written along left: v1 … vk … vn w1 [ a1,k ...

Tensors and hypermatrices

... parallel to the usual matrix theory. Second, a hypermatrix is what we often get in practice: As soon as measurements are performed in some units, bases are chosen implicitly, and the values of the measurements are then recorded in the form of a hypermatrix. (There are of course good reasons not to j ...

... parallel to the usual matrix theory. Second, a hypermatrix is what we often get in practice: As soon as measurements are performed in some units, bases are chosen implicitly, and the values of the measurements are then recorded in the form of a hypermatrix. (There are of course good reasons not to j ...

Relative perturbation theory for diagonally dominant matrices

... Definition 2.2. (1) Given a matrix M = [mij ] ∈ Rn×n and a vector v = [vi ] ∈ Rn , we use D(M, v) to denote the matrix A = [aij ] ∈ Rn×n whose off-diagonal entries areP the same as M (i.e., aij = mij f or i 6= j) and whose ith diagonal entry is aii = vi + j6=i |mij | for i = 1, . . . , n. (2) Given ...

... Definition 2.2. (1) Given a matrix M = [mij ] ∈ Rn×n and a vector v = [vi ] ∈ Rn , we use D(M, v) to denote the matrix A = [aij ] ∈ Rn×n whose off-diagonal entries areP the same as M (i.e., aij = mij f or i 6= j) and whose ith diagonal entry is aii = vi + j6=i |mij | for i = 1, . . . , n. (2) Given ...

Geometry Winter Review 2014-2015 ANSWER KEY Name: Date:

... A. Mark a point in the angle's interior and draw an arc centered at the point, intersecting both the legs of the angle. B. Place the compass needle on one of the legs of the angle and draw an arc intersecting the other leg. C. Mark a point outside the angle and draw an arc centered at the point, int ...

... A. Mark a point in the angle's interior and draw an arc centered at the point, intersecting both the legs of the angle. B. Place the compass needle on one of the legs of the angle and draw an arc intersecting the other leg. C. Mark a point outside the angle and draw an arc centered at the point, int ...