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Types of Matrices Quiz

MCQ. The rearrangement of data or information in matrix to manipulate the data in any later stage is classified as

  1. arranged matrix
  2. manipulate matrix
  3. suppose matrix
  4. transpose of matrix


Introduction to Matrices Quiz

MCQ. The generalized form of matrix is best represented as

  1. constant rows and columns
  2. variable rows and columns
  3. m rows and n columns
  4. n rows and m columns


Introduction to Linear Programming Quiz

MCQ. The outstanding cheques which are in the process of collection have amount of money represented on it is best classified as

  1. fixed
  2. origination
  3. float
  4. component


Characteristics of Exponential Functions Quiz

MCQ. In the exponential growth and decay processes, the effect of increase and decrease in dependant variable is

  1. constant
  2. variable
  3. compound
  4. principal


Inverse of a Matrix Quiz

MCQ. The analysis which focuses on brand loyalty and the measure of switching to competing brands is classified as

  1. brand switching analysis
  2. independent brand analysis
  3. dependent brand analysis
  4. transitional analysis