Using matrices to model (represent) practical situations
General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2
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This is the second video in the General Maths series looking at Matrices. Having spent some time looking at the basics of matrices, I look at how we can use a matrix to describe a real world (practical) situation. Looking at the idea of a network diagram I use a matrix to represent the network diagram and discuss how we can interpret various parts of the matrix. There aren't many examples in this video, but there is a great explanation!
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