Saints Row is a series of actionadventure video games created by Volition and published by THQ and Deep Silver. The series follows the 3rd Street Saints, a fictional street gang originally operating out of the Saint's Row district, hence the series' title.
Gameplay in the Saints Row games focuses on an open world where the player can complete missions to progress an overall story, as well as engage in various side activities. Most of the gameplay revolves around driving and shooting, with occasional roleplaying elements. Due to early entries being labeled as Grand Theft Auto clones, the developers sought to create a more distinctive experience from the third game onwards, with a heavy focus on overthetop gameplay, popular culture homages, parodies, and selfreferential humor; these changes have been controversial among fans of the original games. The Saints Row series is set primarily in two fictional locales—Stilwater and Steelport—which are loosely based on reallife American cities. The games center on an initially unnamed playercreated character (later nicknamed "the Boss") who joins the 3rd Street Saints by chance and helps them defeat enemy gangs in citywide turf wars. Later down the line, they become the gang's leader, a celebrity and pop culture icon, and eventually President of the United States, while facing more powerful enemies, such as an antigang paramilitary and an alien empire.
Work on the original Saints Row began in 2003, after Volition's completion of Red Faction II. The game was released in 2006 to critical acclaim and commercial success. The sequel, Saints Row 2, was released in 2008 to similar acclaim and greater commercial success. The series' third entry, Saints Row: The Third, was released on 15 November 2011 and was the final Saints Row video game to be published by THQ before Deep Silver acquired the rights to series in 2013. The series' fourth entry, Saints Row IV was released on 20 August 2013, with a standalone expansion called Gat out of Hell released on 20 January 2015 in North America and 23 January 2015 in Europe. As of September 2013, the series has had sales in excess of 13 million, making it one of the bestselling video game franchises of alltime.
Hi! Please, could you help me on how to solve the following matrix ?
I need to replace the value 3 on the third line by 0, the first column need to remain zero and 1 for the third column. I'm having a lot of difficulties with this. How would you proceed ?
Thank you for your time and help...
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I have some trouble with this problem: Finding a sequence of elementary matrix for this matrix A.
Let ##A=\begin{bmatrix} 4 & 1 \\ 3& 1\end{bmatrix}##. I first used the ##\frac{1}{4}R1##> ##R1##. So the ##E_1=\begin{bmatrix} \frac{1}{4} & 0 \\ 0& 1\end{bmatrix}##. So the...
I am stuck on this problem and keep going in a cycle coming back to the same state and would like to get hints on how to proceed. \( A \) is a \(R^{m*n} \) matrix and \( B \) is a \( R^{n*p} \) matrix. \( I_{n} \) is the \( n*n \) identity matrix.
Use elementary row and column operations to...
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Use row reduction on the appropriate augmented matrix to solve the following system of equations:
$\begin{array}{ll}3x+2y&=2\\xy&=1\end{array}
\sim\left[\begin{array}{rrr}3&2&2\\ \:1&1&1\end{array}\right]\sim
\begin{bmatrix}1&0&\frac{4}{5}\\ 0&1&\frac{1}{5}\end{bmatrix}$...
Show that a square matrix with a zero row is not invertible.
first a matrix has to be a square to be invertable
if
$$\det \begin{pmatrix}1&0&0\\ 0&1&0\\ 3&0&1\end{pmatrix}=1$$
then $$\begin{pmatrix}
1&0&0\\ 0&1&0\\ 3&0&1\end{pmatrix}^{1}
=\begin{pmatrix}1&0&0\\ 0&1&0\\ 3&0&1...
I realize this is probably quite easy and basic but I just can't get comfortable with calculators to work it our with any certainty.
There are 100 socks in a drawer. 84 are Red. 16 are White. If you are blindfolded & have to choose 11 socks randomly, what is the odds or what it more likely...
I'm doing problems on finding row and column spaces. My textbook tells me to find the echelon form of the matrix, and then to identify the bases. My question is, can I reduce the matrix to reduced echelon form to get the bases? I have the same question about bases for the solution space.
Homework Statement
We have a coin with probability ##0\leqslant p \leqslant 1## of getting heads. We flip the coin until we get ##7## heads in a row. Let ##N_7## be the number of necessary flips to get the ##7## heads in a row.
What is the expected value ##E(N_7)##?
Homework Equations
The...
Hey.
I have the following question to solve:
* Given a matrix A that is size m x n and m>n.
Let R be the RREF that we get by Gaussian elimination of A.
Prove that the system equation Ax=0 has only one solution iff in every column of R there is a leading element.
I have some answer of...
i have a dataset that has the timestamp data within each row and I am trying to plot the values to see the distribution but have no idea how to do it if the data is presented this way as attached. any ideas? thanks
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I'm looking for a way to create an approximate roworthonormal matrix with the number of rows (m) > the number of columns (n); i.e., finding A(mxn) so that A(mxn) . A^T(nxm) = I(mxm). I used singular value decomposition (e.g., DGESVD in mkl mathlib), but what I actually got was an...
$\textsf{a. Find the determinants by row reduction in echelon form.}$
$$\left
\begin{array}{rrr}
1&5&6\\ 1&4&4 \\ 2&7 & 9
\end{array}
\right$$
ok i multiplied $r_1$ by 1 and added it to $r_2$ to get
$$\left
\begin{array}{rrr}
1&5&6\\ 0&1&2 \\ 2&7 & 9
\end{array}
\right$$...
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I hope someone can help. I'm wanting to get a better grasp on the connection between the row picture v.s. the column picture of linear systems and their solutions. In the picture below, the row picture are the three graphs on the top and their corresponding column pictures are below them...
Prove that interchange of two rows of a matrix can be accomplished by a finite sequence of elemenatary row operations of the other two types.
My proof :
If ##A_k## is to be interchanged by ##A_l## then,
##\displaystyle \begin{align} A_k &\to A_l + A_k \\ A_l &\to  A_l \\ A_l &\to A_k + A_l...
I have $P(B) = 0.4$ and $P(\lnot B) = 0.6$.
$P(TSB) = 0.7$ and $P(TS\lnot B) = 0.25$
$P(BTS) = 0.65116$ and $P(\lnot BTS) = 0.34884$ (from bayes theorem).
Now, if we get $B$ or $\lnot B$, and we get the same event twice in a row so we get $B$ then $B$ or $\lnot B$ then $\lnot B$, what...
Hello there. I'm currently trying to come to terms with the aforementioned topics. As I am self studying, a full understanding of these concepts escapes me. There's something I'm not grasping here and I would like to discuss these to clear away the clouds.
As I understand it, a basis for some...
The question below could also be rephrased in terms of functions of one variable (using indexes). However, it seems it is easier to explain it with two variables. Here is the question:
Suppose we have some total recursive function f: N x N→N. Define the nth row of f as the function Fn : N→N...
Homework Statement
Show that elementary row operations don't affect solutions sets in linear systems
Homework Equations

The Attempt at a Solution
It's pretty easy to come up with a random linear system and perform ERO on them and showing that solutions are not affected, but is there all...
Here are some first row BDE's (in kcal/mol):
HCH3 = 105 <> [H]+ [CH3]
HNH2 = 103
HOH = 119
HF = 136 <> [H]+ [F]
This trend is often rationalized in terms of increasing ionic character (or with nobond resonance). However, the HNH2 BDE should have a higher ionic contribution than...
Homework Statement
We're given some linear transformations, and asked what the null space, column space and row space of the matrix representations tell us
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I know what information the column space and null space contain, but what does the row space of...
Suppose that I have an overdetermined equation system in matrix form:
Ax = b
Where x and b are column vectors, and A has the same number of rows as b, and x has less rows than both.
The leastsquares method could be used here to obtain the best possible approximative solution. Let's call this...
Homework Statement
Show that the determinant of
is (ab)(bc)(ca)
Homework Equations
Row reduction, determinants
The Attempt at a Solution
Apparently I got a (ab)^2 instead of (ab) when I multiplied them up. It would be grateful if someone can point me out where the mistakes are.
Suppose, ##A## is an idempotent matrix, i.e, ##A^2=A##.
For idempotent matrix, the eigenvalues are ##1## and ##0##.
Here, the eigenspace corresponding to eigenvalue ##1## is the column space, and the eigenspace corresponding to eigenvalue ##0## is the null space.
But eigenspaces for distinct...
the answer key said d is supposed to be 10. but there's a way to evade that row exchange. 1st picture is the question and the 2nd picture is the elimination steps.
Homework Statement
[/B] In a tower a princess throws a ladder of 20 plates of thickness d and mass m each, which are connected with springs of constant k and loose length l0. the window is at height H.
1) What's the elongation of each of the spring pairs?
2) What's the total ladder's length.
3)...
Homework Statement
Multiply these row excahnge matrices in the order pq qp and p^2
p =
[0 1 0]
[1 0 0]
[0 0 1]
q=
[0 0 1]
[0 1 0]
[1 0 0]
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I don't understand why the solution is
[0 1 0]
[0 0 1]
[1 0 0]
do you not multiply rows by columns? When i...
I am having trouble with the following problem;
a.) Find a matrix B in reduced echelon form such that B is row equivalent to the given matrix A.
A=\left[\begin{array}{c}1 & 2 & 3 & 1 \\ 3 & 5 & 8 & 2 \\ 1 & 1 & 2 & 0 \end{array}\right]
So using my calculator I am able to get...
I've managed to distill the rambling into just this question, posted here and at the end of my digressive thoughts as well:
"Will we always be able to split x up in such a way that we have a nullspace component and a nonrow space component?"
Take a matrix
A = \begin{bmatrix}1 & 2\\ 3 &...
This is actually a pretty simple thing, but the ref(A) that I compute on paper is different from the ref(A) that my TI89 gives me.
Compute ref(A) where A =
\begin{bmatrix}
1 & 2\\
3 & 8
\end{bmatrix}
\\ \begin{bmatrix}1 & 2\\ 3 & 8\end{bmatrix} \ r_2 \rightarrow r_2  3 \times r_1 \\ \\...
For some reason I just can't seem to wrap my head around the idea of reducing a Matrix to row echelon form. I'm familiar with the steps that the textbooks and tutorials use and how it's done but when I try practicing on my own I feel lost. e.g. all I end up with are just a bunch of random...
I'm not sure if corrosion does have a significant effect on copper in general but if it does, how and why does it happen, and the process of it happening and its effect on the overall resistivity?
This is for a physics assignment...Please help if you can.
Thank you
Homework Statement
Show that the given matrices are row equivalent and find a sequence of elementary row ops that will convert A into B.
a =
2 0 1
1 1 0
1 1 1
b =
3 1 1
3 5 1
2 2 0
Homework EquationsThe...
Say a subspace S of R^3 is spanned by a basis = <(1,2,5),(3,0,3),(5,1,8)>
By putting these vectors into a matrix and reducing it to rref, a basis for the row space can be found as <(1,2,5),(0,1,3)>. Furthermore, the book goes on to say that this basis spans the subspace S.
Cool, not...
If you have two arbitrary matrices, A and B, I was wondering if row operations can be performed in any order to produce the same results.
For example, you perform elementary row operations on A to produce A', then do A'  B, then also produce a new matrix through elementary row operations on...
Hey PF, I'm having trouble seeing the bigger picture here.
Take matrix A and matrix B. If B can be obtained from A by elementary row operations then the two matrices are row equivalent. The only explanation my book gives is that since B was obtained by elementary row operations, (scalar...
What would the probability be of 10 randomly generated numbers producing exactly 3 0s in a row at any point in the 10 entries?
Ex:
1. 5
2. 0
3. 0
4. 0
5. 9
6. 8
7. 1
8. 0
9. 8
10. 2
Using a binomial distribution to find the probability of any 3 out of 10 I got:
1/10 chance of...
Homework Statement
I am in a calculus class where we are learning the introduction to row reduction. I have done this before in other courses, so I am familiar with the process, but I am not sure about this one. We were given:
x4 + 2x5 x6 = 2
x1 + 2x2 + x5 x6 = 0
x1 + 2x2 + 2x3  x5 +...
Homework Statement
The number of ways in which 4 persons P1,P2,P3,P4 can be arranged in a row such that P2 does not follow P1, P3 does not follow P2 and P4 does not follow P3 is
The Attempt at a Solution
Let us assume that P1 occupies the first position. So, the next position can be...
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as per title
Yesterday, 10 March 2014 there was a M 6.8 offshore of northern California in the Mendocino Fracture Zone of the Juan De Fuca Plate
Just coming in on the seismo right now is another M 6.8, east of the South Sandwich Islands
right at the southern end of the Atlantic Ocean...
I want to show a vector in matrix but I didnt uderstand differentes between row matrix and column matrix Let's suppose I have a 2i+3j How I will show this vector in matrix ?
I will use a row matrix or column matrix.
Homework Statement
Write and row reduce the augmented matrix to find out whether the given set of equations has exactly one solution, no solutions, or infinitely many solutions.
x+yz=4
xy+2z=3
2x2y+4z=6
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I saw right away that...
Is it correct to say it doesn't matter if a row of zeros is added on to a matrix?
For example does
\begin{bmatrix}1&2\\3&4 \end{bmatrix} = \begin{bmatrix}1&2\\3&4 \\ 0&0 \end{bmatrix}
Does it depend on context? For example if the matrix is representing a linear system of equations then this...
If your betting on a coin flip but person a is the banker and person b can quit at any time, does person b have an advantage.
The martingale theory of doubling a losing bet doesn't work if there is a maximum bet. Start at 5 and going to the max of 1000 a person can bet...
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Given an overdetermined system of linear equations y=A c, the condition number of matrix A essentially says how good vector c can be restored from measurements y.
Changing the order of rows clearly does not change the condition number.
But is there information/literature on how to...
Homework Statement
Three charges are in a straight row. The first charge has a value of 5.00 x 105 C. The second charge also has a value of 5.00 x 105 C and is 2.50 cm to the right of the first charge. The third charge has a value of 2.50 x 105 C and is 2.00 cm to the right of the...