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Consider the matrices P =
3 1
1 3

and S =
4 2
2 4

Calculate P^n and S^n for different values of n and describe any patterns you observe.

I cannot find any patterns at all. I would really appreciate any help at all. Thanks!

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  1. I also have to generalize any patterns in the following matrix:

    k+1 k-1
    k-1 k+1

    by considering various values of k.

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  2. describe the patterns used in the tables in activties 2 and 3

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    posted by anisha
  3. describe the patterns in the table in activties 2 and 3

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    posted by anisha
  4. 1x3=3
    3x4=12

    2x3=6
    6x4=24

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    posted by Jk

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