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1. AUDIENCE:
C
,
C
,
C
.
2.
C
is zero, right?
3. So lab one is all about
C
and Assembly.
4. assign payments so that you get the DSi
C
property
5. If invertible, if
C
inverse exists what would
6. You're always adding plus
C
. So here we've
7. w equals
c
. I have a curve on that,
8.
C
equals negative one. These will be perpendicular.
C
equals zero, like this.
9. What's the picture with
C
?
10. isocline corresponding to
C
equals zero.
11. And that means that
c
is minus 3.
12. So, I'll isoclines are in orange. If so, when
C
equals
13. For example,
c
uses set braces to designate what's called a
14. at (
c
,f(
c
)) you have a relative maximum.
15. Now what's the picture that goes with
C
?
16.
C
times x, right?
17. So
C
is zero.
18. So again, so
C
is the price of the option.
19. A, B, and
C
. They will all get the job done.
20. and A inverse
c
would be the answer in the second column.
21. At this point (
c
,f(
c
)) to the left I am concave up and to the right I am concave down.
22. w equals
c
. So that means v can be any
23. have the equation y = 1 + x 
C
, or a nicer way to write it would be y = x + 1 
C
. I
24. And here I would get
C
^(1)
C
u =
C
^(1) 0.
25. it like this. Multiply through by
C
. It will read
C
y =  x. And then, when
C
is zero,
26. exceeds
c
, right?
27. It's showing up in
C
times a vector x giving zero.
28. So the
C
function that I have in mind is this guy.
29.
c
. If the function f is differentiable on the interval except possibly at
c
like those
30. What is the smallest
c
I should be taking here?
31. So 3.45 is the smallest
c
that I'm actually
32. w equals
c
. So, let's think about what that
33. of two vectors b and
c
I'm now putting n.
34. w equals
c
. So, it's zero because w of t
35. slope of the line element is going to be
C
. Those numbers, minus one over
C
and
C
, are
36. So
C
is zero.
37. If you look, however, at a wellwritten piece of
C
code,
38. So in
C
, a string doesn't have a length count.
39. For example, y is of the form ax^2 bx
c
.
40. at the points where a1x a2y a3z equals
c
.
41.
C
is zero, right?
42. exceeds
c
of a standard Gaussian?
43. so if
C
is the function of stochastic variables,
44. So, this is
C
equals negative one.
C
equals negative two would be y equals x, no, what am I doing?
45. How about
C
equals
46. now, equals alpha, which is equivalent to taking
c
, which
47. have a relative maximum at (
c
,f(
c
)) and then... like at the beginning of my diagram where
48. for a probability chosen
c
.
49. So we conclude
C
is not invertible.
50. We get 3c minus
c
equals 3.
51. the slope. Let's call it the value of the slope,
C
. So, you pick a number.
C
is two.
52.
C

C

C
citcitcitcitycity boy
53.
C
is therefore not invertible.
54. that tn is larger than
c
.
55. those tn larger than
c
are built in
56. by
C
inverse.
57. Multiply both sides by
C
inverse.
58. I will show you sort of a very small
C
function.
59. So I put a big
C
stamp on your forehead.
60. b and
c
with the same matrix A. Would I solve them,
61. So we're getting all vectors
C
times x,
62. me say why that letter
C
. That letter
C
stands for circulant.
63. many things are still written in
C
64. then you know how much
C
dollars, basically, cost.
65.
c
. And, so now I'm going to have a
66.
c
equals 1/6, and d equals 0.
67. my observation's larger than some number
c
.
68. Here are the habits which can limit your
C
&
C
score to six:
69. other number
C
. That means we will look at 1 3
70. b and
c
. And now you will have actually
71. Then basically, let's say you have
C
dollars.
72. And so what I need to do is to find
c
such
73. This kind of writing is likely to get a score of 6 for
C
&
C
.
74. So what I'm looking for is a
c
such that
75. as you would in a language like
C
. It's modern.
76. Then basically, let's say you have
C
dollars.
77. on both sides of
c
, then f(
c
) is not a relative max nor is it a min. WHOOO! Alright. All of
78.
C
is zero because the slope here is
C
79. w equals
c
is a circle, x^2 y^2 =
c
.
80. because this is equivalent to qn is larger than minus
c
.
81. equals
c
is minus 3 minus 3 to the n plus 1.
82. plus bn plus
c
.
83.
c
.
84. S
C
IFUN .org, scifun.org, scifun.org.
85. to the level, w equals
c
because it's tangent
86. I'm going to call it
C
and I want
87. So I got minus
c
equals 3, so
c
is minus 3.
88. And then we have plus
C
times the lower left determinant which
89. So that's
C
times x.
90. All right, let's see, what should we plot first? I like
C
equals one, no, don't do
C
91. Because no
C
inverse can bring you back.
92. However, to get band 7 for
C
&
C
, you need to “present a clear central topic within each
93. That's why I'm using that letter
C
.
94. And yah let's enter on the game
C
> Games..
95. If you look, however, at a wellwritten piece of
C
code,
96. S
C
IFUN .org.
97. And so what I'm looking for is
c
such that the probability
98. The difficulty with
C
is showing up several ways.
99. and probably will continue to be written in
C
for a while,
100. the slope is going to be
C
.
101. Maybe
C
. So it'll have the same u.
102. And now, if I change
c
to four, let's say,
103. of (
c
,f(
c
)).
104. How does
C
differ?
105. bar 1 minus xn bar is larger than some constant
c
106. a function of a, b and
c
, which would be the sum
107. which means that I push this
c
to the right.
108. So the
c
in our framework is the identity.
109. if there was a
c
(x,y), so this would be or.
110. I’m going to refer to coherence and cohesion as
C
&
C
, to keep things simple.
111. and f double prime exists on an open interval containing
c
.
112.
C
is one, not negative one, right, thanks. Thanks. So,
C
equals one. So, it should be
113.
C
; 2 0  1; 1 1 0. And let's call that M.
114. So let me take f to be zero,
c
to be one,
115. through by
C
. And then, it would correspond to
C
being zero. In other words, don't write
116. So this would say that if
C
inverse exists,
117. OK. Now we come to part
C
which is
118. And on the right side,
C
inverse,
119. equals one. Let's do
C
equals zero, first.
C
equals zero. That's the line. y = x + 1.
120. that qn is larger than
c
or qn is less than
c
and n minus
c
.
121. You were going to jump immediately to
C
^(1)
C
is I,
122. And that means that
c
is minus 3.
123. would I do u=A\b and then separately A\
c
?
124. is written in
C
. And the way
C
represents strings
125. If f double prime of
c
is greater than zero, then f has a relative minimum at (
c
,f(
c
)).
126. PROFESSOR STRANG: [
C
,
C
,
C
].
127. I say that that's the same as all vectors
C
times x,
128. What is the smallest
c
?
129. f prime of
c
is equal to zero.
130. I'll put, down here,
C
equals minus one. And,
131. now how about
C
equals negative one?
132. Hey, I'm gonna go get some A/
C
man.
133. columns of
C
?
134. So now I need to compute
c
such that the probability
135. So let me put the constant first,
C
, say, and Dx.
136. to
C
, to this new matrix.
137. The
C
is actually maybe hiding some things from us.
138. writing software in
C
which, you know,
139. at (
c
,f(
c
)). If it changes to positive to negative, rising and then falling, then you
140. to find
C
and D. Slope is 0 at 0.
141. What is the smallest
c
I should be taking so that now,
142. So a zero, if you remember, terminates strings in
C
.
143. So now I'm asking, what is the smallest
c
144. and then I'm going to try to solve for
c
.
145. create transposes out of A, B and
C
.
146. or
C
++ , or anything else to implement it.
147. That also includes qn less than
c
,
148. A times B times
C
, you could say.
149. That's the trouble with
C
. We only get a plane of them.
150. If the graph of f has a tangent line at this point (
c
,f(
c
)), then this point is a point
151. So that's minus
c
and
c
.
152. speech before the US Congress when
C
SPAN is
153.
C
& W Semi
154. out, coming out of
C
, but some nonzeroes going in.
155. To get band seven
C
&
C
in your IELTS writing exam, you need to focus on using linking words
156. And this is just
C
times x.
157. that
C
inverse can't exist?
158. equals
c
, which is a constant. OK, is that convincing?
159. when
c
is the identity.
160. the isoclines for, well, what are they? They are the isoclines for
C
equals two, and
C
161. That is zero when
C
equals 1. For
C
equals 1,
162. So this sort of disconnect between how
C
software
163. you get a plus b plus
c
plus d.
164. So
C
is periodic.
165. And so what I'm looking for is
c
such that the probability
166. And in
C
, you write it with a backslash zero character.
167. this is zero already, so I just learned that
C
is zero.
168. es
c
rima
169. The problem with languages like
C
and Java is that you
170. because I'm taking the divergence, of a
c
(x,y)du/dx,
171. So what I'm looking for is a
c
such that
172. on a lot of subtle details of
C
and Assembly
173. So that matrix
C
still has that pattern.
174. languages like
C
# or Swift.
175.
C
equals zero.
176. here, as opposed to at the level of
C
source code.
177. In a language like
C
, its defined as the minimum
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