Using matrices to model (represent) practical situations
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Using matrices to model (represent) practical situations
Matrices
Year 11
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!
Published: April 20, 2021
Length: 05 mins and 53 seconds
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