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#### Cross Products | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 8

Equate the area of a parallelogram with the magnitude. The 11th installment in a 15-video series introduces the concept of the cross product of two vectors. The presentation makes the geometric connection between the cross product, the...

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#### Dot Products and Duality | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 7

The dot product of two matrices is a number on the number line, its transformation. The resource presents the dot product as a linear transformation from two dimensions to one dimension. The video uses the numerical and graphical...

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#### Nonsquare Matrices as Transformations Between Dimensions | Essence of Linear Algebra, Footnote

But what happens if the matrix is not square? The ninth video in a series of 15 serves as a footnote to discuss non-square matrices. The resource presents them as transformations between two and three dimensions. The presentation...

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#### Inverse Matrices, Column Space and Null Space | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 6

Determine the geometric representation to the solution of a system of linear equations. The resource shows how scholars can represent a system of linear equations as a linear transformation. The video discusses using an inverse matrix to...

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#### The Determinant | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 5

Determine how much a linear transformation alters area. The seventh segment in a series of 15 makes the connection between the determinant and the scale factor of areas during a linear transformation. The video goes on to explain the...

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#### Three-dimensional Linear Transformations | Essence of Linear Algebra, Footnote

Bring it all to three dimensions. The short video points out that the discussion in the previous presentations in two dimensions also holds true for three dimensions. The sixth video in the series of 15 specifically makes the connections...

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#### Matrix Multiplication as Composition | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 4

Take a different view at matrix multiplication. Based on vector transformations, the video presents matrix multiplication as the result of the composition of multiple linear transformations. The presentation explains the numerical...

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#### Linear Transformations and Matrices | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 3

Are all transformations of the plane linear transformations? The video provides examples of transformations of the plane and provides the definition of linear transformations. The resource begins the discussion of using matrix...

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#### Essence of Linear Algebra Preview

Make connections with linear algebra. The video introduces the concept of linear algebra and its geometric underpinnings. The resource makes the case that a complete understanding of linear algebra topics should include geometric...

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#### Data Structures: Crash Course Computer Science #14

Investigate an array of data structures. A video explains how computer programming relies on the ability to store and access data. It covers various data structures, including arrays, matrices, nodes, linked lists, trees, heaps, and stacks.

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#### Adding and Subtracting Matrices: The Matrix Calculator

Discover the procedure to add and subtract matrices. Pupils use the interactive and discover the pattern in adding and subtracting matrices. Scholars adjust the entries in the addends and see the resulting changes in the sum. They also...

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#### Multiplying Matrices by a Scalar

The rule is add before multiplying, even with matrices. Pupils use a slider to change the scalar multiplying the sum of two matrices. The interactive displays the resulting solution matrix, and requires scholars answer five questions...

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#### The Mathematics of Quantum Computers

Scholars learn about the basics of quantum computing, starting with Schrodinger's Cat through a video that explains the mathematics behind quantum computers, including the representation of quantum gates as matrices.

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#### Matrices to Represent Data: Houndstooth

Apply matrices to fashion. Here your classes use a matrix to create a popular clothing design. As they construct the pattern, they review the dimensions of a matrix by considering the rows and columns.

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#### Multiplying Matrices by a Scalar: Making Matrix Patterns

Scalar multiplication equations can be a drag. Scholars determine missing matrices to make correct scalar matrix multiplication equations. They place the correct matrix into the equations within the interactive resource and analyze the...

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#### Multiplying Matrices by a Scalar: Column Vectors

Make connections between vectors and matrices through multiplication. Scholars use the interactive to view the effect of multiplying a matrix by a scalar. The interactive displays the resulting matrix and its corresponding column vectors...

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#### Matrix Multiplication: Vectors

Visualize matrix multiplication on the coordinate plane. Pupils use the interactive to create a matrix multiplication problem using vectors. The scholars see the resulting product of the matrices as a vector.

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#### Cramer's Rule

Use matrices to solve systems of equations. The interactive introduces Cramer's Rule, using determinants of matrices to solve systems of equations. Color coding helps pupils place entries correctly from the system.

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#### Solving a Matrix Equation: Mystery Matrix

Solve a matrix in code—color code. Pupils use the interactive resource to set up the matrix equation and its solution path. Scholars use the created solution path to determine the entries of the 2 X 2 solution.

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#### Gas Prices

How can math help your vehicle run better? Complete an interesting project-based learning task with your classes to determine the cheapest approach to mixing the ideal octane level of gasoline. Scholars create and solve a system of...

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#### Biscuits

Calculate the nutrients in different types of dog biscuits. Pupils create a technical report outlining the amount of calcium, protein, and carbohydrates in three types of dog biscuits. The project-based learning activity requires...

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#### T-Chart (Topics of Conversation)

A T-chart matrix provides learners with a way to record the different responses to a conversation.

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#### What is a Vector?

A vector contains magnitude and direction. The video and associated questions introduce the class to vectors that are made up of scalars and displacement. Pupils read more about vectors to find them in real life and how they are used in...

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#### Solving Systems of Equations with Cramer's Rule

Show how matrices can be helpful for solving systems of equations. The video illustrates an example of solving a two-variable system utilizing Cramer's Rule. The instructor shows how to find the determinant of each matrix and then uses...