Starting with Two Matrices
Linear algebra begins with vectors, and their combinations, and the matrix that produces those combinations. We offer two examples that illustrate the central ideas (independent or dependent vectors, invertible, or singular matrix) before any general theory is attempted. We believe that students will learn to use this language by working with specific examples like these two.
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Publication date: 2009-10-01
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