Matrices (12 Methods)
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Matrices (12 Methods)
Coordinate geometry and matrices
Year 12
If there is anything you want to know about Matrices, then it's included in this video! I start by looking at the form of a Matrix. Moving on to look at how to define a matrix, what an element is. Why are rows and columns so important. What does it mean for a matrix to be defined. How to add, subtract and multiply by a scalar before moving on to the idea of Identity matrices, square matrices and finally look at multiplying them together. All in just a few minutes! If it's not in this video, then it's not worth covering. I hope you enjoy it.
Published: Jan. 4, 2019
Length: 19 mins and 52 seconds
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