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I must use transition matrices

Can you just put the whole question out, instead of writing in small segments.

Ok sorry

Alright, does the question use numbers, or just percentages?

numbers

I mean, you just listed that there are 80% and 20%, do these percentages represent any numbers?

Oh no, they represent probablities

if you divide them by 100 i suppose

Thats fine, just use any number then. It would make the calculations easier.

So, say you have a total of 100 customers. 80% use dial up and 20% use cable

now after 1 month, 20% of the dial up customers will use the cable

and 5% will use dial up

yep

Okay, that would give you the data for 1 month

You want to continue doing this for 4 months.

But I must do the question using transition matrices

Thats fine, Do you know what a transition matrix is?

I tried setting up \[\left[\begin{matrix}0.8 & 0.2 \\ 0.05& 0.95\end{matrix}\right]\]

I multiplied that by itself 4 times

So far, it looks somewhat correct. You are missing

And then multiplied it by\[\left(\begin{matrix}0.8 \\ 0.2\end{matrix}\right)\]

And i got \[\left(\begin{matrix}0.471875 \\ 0.28203125\end{matrix}\right)\]

It would be set up a little differently.

How would i set it up?

The first row would include the percentages

sorry, column

and the next column would be the changes

Oh so columns have to add upto 100 (in terms of percentages)?

kinda, Its more like each row includes the number of variables. In this case there are 4 months.

So I would set up this matrix using a 4x4

Oh ok, thanks for your help =D

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Just continue from here. Hope that somwhat helped