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Thanks to all of you who participated in the feedback and we hope you enjoy this major update!In addition, we’re pleased to announce a major milestone for the company: it will be celebrating its first 20 years in 2020.Enjoy your life in AutoCAD 2020Shaun M. Smith, CEO“I want to express my gratitude to our employees and our customers for making this happen. I’m proud to be part of a company where we’re all focused on continually improving our products and services.”———Looking AheadDon’t forget: we are now more than 10 years into the AutoCAD software subscription program and a decade into AutoCAD LT!AutoCAD is a subscription service, so you’ll need to log in to your MyAutoCAD account to see what your subscription will cover. If you don’t have a subscription yet, be sure to sign up to avoid paying more!Once your subscription is active, go to the Features & Updates page and check out the latest AutoCAD features, updates and other changes.Going strong for a decade: how we look at AutoCADAutoCAD is a key part of our company, a core asset to our customers and our communities.We’re proud to be more than a decade old, to be able to sustain our business and to have a strong future.Our customers, our employees, our communities and our community are the best part of what we do and we always strive to improve our products and services, to make AutoCAD even better. We’re grateful for all of you!That’s a wrap for now!Happy AutoCADing,YsadQ:On a columnar transformation of vector random variables, I need a help to prove the followingI have a stochastic matrix $A$ with entries $a_{ij}$, and a matrix $B$ with entries $b_{ij}$; I have the random variable $X_i = (\text{number of $i$'s in } A^{k} \text{ for } k=0,1,2,3,4)$,$i=1,\dots,m$,and I want to prove that:$\sum 2be273e24d

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