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I need some help from the mathematicians out there. In the picture I have a scalar matrix A multiplied by a general matrix B. Now, I need to create a generic matrix to multiply against B to where each "a" and "b" are divided by their relative "c", for instance: a1/c1, b1/c1, a2/c2, b2/c2, etc.
Is there a trick to create a matrix that will make matrix B? I can't think of a way, and my knowledge of matrix arithmetic is limited to addition, multiplication, division (inverse mult.), translations, and of course determinate's.
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I wanted to share this news with /sci/ first and take your input and ideas into our report and application, as I honestly value the opinions of this community than that of the "professional" community.
I am currently running a post-thesis (and thus fellowship enabled) , empirical application in what I am revealing here has had -very- encouraging responses from both the IFRS and IASB respective boards. It has unfortunately been met with dismay by the finance & economics community at large (Anyone here who is familar with ZeroHedge will know who my team is) due to what the formula, framework adjustments and code will actually stipulate to personal wealth of those who big bath and smooth.
Before I answer any queries anyone with interest and experience in these fields may ask, I just want to bring this point to exasperation; this is by no means affiliated with any communist ideals of any kind. The methodology and changes that will, and I state -will- come about, as many key figures from these boards, as well as other sources, have already given my team a sizable grant and rhetoric access to such means.
Basically during a seminar I held in Switzerland on monetary supplement ceiling against unleveraged firm compensation on an international scale against US dollar floatation and its devaluation, I was approached by an Associate Professor for the American Federal Reserve who asked my team to become involved in the "fiscal cliff" scenario, which you will all be familiar with.
Over the next few months we have devised a positive theory, which as stated, will now be empirically applied, in which;