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I can't seem to figure out how to do it, all I know is I need to use matrices.

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- Oct 23rd 2010, 03:31 PMWarZebraHow would I go about solving this Problem (Matrices)
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I can't seem to figure out how to do it, all I know is I need to use matrices. - Oct 23rd 2010, 08:42 PMSoroban
Hello, WarZebra!

This is a Markov process.

Are your familiar with it?

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(a) If today is cloudy, find the probability that it will be sunny two days from now.

(b) What about cloudy?

(c) What about rainy?

For the two-day probabilities,the matrix.*square*

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If it is Cloudy today:

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Now do the same calculations for 8 days from now, 10 days from now.

What do you notice?

Ridiculous question . . .

We need to determine and .

And I don't know anyone willing to do that.