## Sunday, 12 August 2012

### Matrices

The following shows the application of matrices in the Real World.

Questions for you to comment and post in this blog.

.1 What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E
.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?
.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES
.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

SAMPLE A

SAMPLE B

http://www.sbstransit.com.sg/transport/trpt_bus_timetable.aspx

SAMPLE C

http://www.lrta.gov.ph/tickets_fares.htm

SAMPLE D
http://www.london2012.com/medals/medal-count/

SAMPLE E

1. They are all tables with different colour codes for different rows, columns and data.

This allows people to neatly understand a certain information that has two or more factors.

A rectangular array of numbers, values or data.

Matrices are used in strategy planning in war and battles.

1. well done the first to respond accurately

2. The numbers/ data are placed in rows and columns. People can study the numbers and patterns easier. Matrices: a series of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. Matrices are used in encryptions for codes and programming.

1. great that you observe the rows and columns - insightful

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1. hmmm....???!!!

4. 1. All the information carried across the different samples are all related to Matrices.
2. These informations from the following samples show the use of matrices in our daily life, such as the table of the countries with the highest amount of medals and the bus frequencies.
3. matrix |ˈmātriks| - Mathematics a rectangular array of quantities or expressions in rows and columns that is treated as a single entity and manipulated according to particular rules
4. Electronic components on circuit boards behaves in a way that can be described using matrices.

5. 1 What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E
They are presented in tables in rows and collums which includes all the information that we need.

2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?
It is very organised and easy to read and find the information needed.

3 Define mathematics: MATRICES
It is an arrangement of numbers in rows and collums.

4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.
Matrices can be used for coding.

1. like the insightful responses

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7. 1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E?

The information are presented in a table form where the furthest left column are the subjects and the first top row is the variable. The remainder of the boxes which are in the similar row and column as the subject and variable is the information to be presented.

.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

This allows people to easily identify the information they require by matching the subject and variable information that they have according to the table.

.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES

Matrices are rectangular arrays of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns of a certain information and relationship.

.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

Matrices can be used to display concept designs of similar inspirations and basis.

8. abiyyu arif rahman8/14/2012 1:14 pm

1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to Most of the are tables with values with patterns
2. How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?
They are labeled and easy to locate
3. Define mathematics: MATRICES
A set of numbers falling under a set of category put in a column to organise the information
4. Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.
Matrices are used in taxi fare and bus fares

9. 1.They are mostly represented in tables.They are all used to inform people about something.
2.They are presented in tables and are neatly organized under each sub heading and so it is easy for the viewer to understand what it is trying to show.
3.A matrix is a 2 dimensional array of numbers.Presented in a table like form.
4.It can be used to show statistics in an easy to understand manner as it is able to get the information across fast and concise

10. .1 What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E

They are all presented in table form.All the information is stated clearly.

.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

The information in which the information are stated are written in the tables are stated.

.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES

Matrices are information arranged neatly into columns and rows for the reader to analysis more easily

.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

Matrices are used to show when the planes are arriving or departing from an area

11. 1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E

It is something like a table where people can find out what they need by looking to the left to find the subject and then looking upwards to find the column of information to find their direct answer.

2. How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

It is easy to find what they need as it is very neat and easy to use when people just have to look for the correct column of information they are needing and are looking for.

3. Define mathematics: MATRICES

A series of linear equations where people can use the table to manipulate large numbers of numbers at the same time.

4. Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

Electrical boards which are made up of many simultaneous linear equations.

12. .1 What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E

The information is presented in a table that describes the many information,it also gives the information separate and has a label that describes the table. they are presented in rows and column and the numbers are elements

.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

They are clear and concise on what the information is. It also has description on what they are

.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES

a matrix is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. The individual items in a matrix are called its elements or entries. An example of a matrix with 2 rows and 3 columns is

.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

It can be used for compilation of informations and for listing down multiple factors

13. 1) The information is all presented in the form of tables.

2) Information from tables are easier to read and understand as the information is classified into different headings and is therefore a good visual aid.

3) A matrice is a rectangular array of elements and the elements may be of any number type (e.g. real, imaginary, complex, integer)

4) It could be used in linear equations.

14. 1 What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E
They are represented in table format

.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?
It can display numerous data and have clear labeling for easy use

.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES
A matrix is an ordered set of numbers listed rectangular form.
It is represented in columns and rows

.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.
It could be used in marketing or pricing analysis

15. 1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E?

The information are shown in a table form where the left column are the subjects and the top row is the variable

.2 How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

This allows people to easily identify the information they require by linking the subject.

.3 Define mathematics: MATRICES

Matrices are rectangular arrays of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns of a certain information and relationship.

.4 Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

Matrices can be used to display ideations.

16. Md Ada Syafiq8/14/2012 1:17 pm

1. The information is all in table form with rows and columns.
2. The information can be made easy to use due to the way it is presented in rows and columns which makes the info organized.
3.Matrices is a rectangular array of elements which may be of any type such as real,imaginary,integers,complex,etc.
4.In electronics or linear equations.

17. 1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E
The numbers and data are placed in different rows and columns.
2. How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?
It is easier to see the numbers so people can understand it easier
3. Define mathematics: MATRICES
matrices are numbers or data arranged into different rows and columns
4. Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.
It can be used to describe the structure of an atom

18. They are in graph forms and are easy for people to see. It is very easy to see the information and headings are put out clearly. Matrices can be used for analysis as well as graphing. They are good for statistics and and testing probability.

19. A matrix is a way to organize data in columns and rows. A matrix is written inside brackets [ ]. An entry is one of the numbers in the bracket. The dimensions of a matrix refer to the number of rows and columns of a given matrix. In order to identify an entry in a matrix, we simply write a subscript of the respective entry's row followed by the column.

20. 1. What are the characteristics of the information presented in Sample A to E

They are presented in tables.

2. How is this information be made relevant and easy to use for the people?

They are labelled properly and neatly.

3. Define mathematics: MATRICES

Matrices: A set and arrangement of numbers.

4. Give one other examples on how Matrices is used.

Used to show fares of public transport.

21. Characteristics:
Any other columns or rows other than the top most and left most are variables which states the characteristics of the subject stated in the top and left most column and row

Use:
This can be used to show a table of data collected and display them so that users can refer to the data of a certain subject easily

Matrices:
Matrix - Organizational structure used to show data which comprises of rows and columns of cells.

Examples:
Cinema seatings
Timetable

22. A matrix is an array of numbers arranged in a rectangular fashion.
They are written in rows and columns.
There are many things you can do with them. For example, you can add, subtract, multiply (multiplication laws apply), divide (inverse a matrix) , apply a negative etc.
Matrixes are used in many real-life applications.

23. 1.They are all columns or rows of data, quantities making it easier for people to read them and understand the information given.
2.It gives people information ro understand as they are data that could be easily read.
3.They are a rectangular array of numbers, data to show information easily.
4.It can be used like a timetable.

24. kaneko yoshiki8/14/2012 1:21 pm

1. They are mostly presented in rows and columns, so in other words, tables. They are all statistics.
2. They are represented using tables and are neatly posted such that they are all according to their headers. Thus, this would make tracking the information needed much easier.
3. A matrix is a collection of numbers arranged into a fixed number of rows and columns. Usually the numbers are real numbers.
4. It can be used to show information about how a certain company is doing compared to other companies or how it has grown over the years using a table