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Kramers Rule - Part 2 - March 8, 2011
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This is a follow up comic from the last one -- the answer was indeed [a s s m a n]^T as many people pointed out :D (i.e., Cosmo Kramer). There was lots of ways to actually find x: you could do inv(A)*K, Gaussian elimination, or as I hinted towards, Kramer's Rule (actually Cramer's Rule):

Spiked Math Comic - Kramers Rule


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4 Comments

I dont get this..
who is there on the pic?

Hey--it's Kramer's Rule!

That's...Kramer...from Seinfeld...

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