*Guassian Elimination Method(Row echelon Form). *Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method(Reduced Row Echelon Form). *Inverse by Row operation (Inverse by Jordan Method). *Practice Questions(Howard Anton)

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We prove that the determinant vanishes if two rows coincide, and see how the determinant changes under row operations.

To compute the inverse, attach the n columns of the identity matrix to form an augmented matrix. By performing elementary row operations on the entire augmented matrix, reduce the coefficient matrix portion to upper-triangular form. Perform back substitution once for every attached column that was produced from the identity matrix. The solution obtained from the…

We introduce the formal definition of subspaces and prove some basic properties.

in this video we can see to find rank of matrix when Eigen values are given, this topic comes under linear algebra

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We introduce the central problem of solving a systems of linear equations in several variables, starting with two lines in the plane, and then graduating to three planes in 3 dimensional space. There are three basic possibilities corresponding to the geometric orientations of the lines or planes involved: a unique solution, no solution, or an…

Er. D Kumar is delivering lecture on Linear Algebra. This topic very important in competition point of view. Watch this complete video to understand the complete concept. Subscribe this channel for latest updates related to upcoming videos.

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First lecture in CS558, taught at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 2014. Recording for the early lectures did not come out quite well. The text on the whiteboard is a bit too small to read 🙁 Content covered in this lecture: * Vectors * Components/basis * Subspaces * Linear maps * Image and kernel

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We introduce the determinant of an n-by-n matrix.

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We interpret simultaneous linear equations in 2 variables in terms of lines in the plane.

We use elementary matrices and row operations to justify our algorithm for finding inverses.

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We continue our geometric discussion of simultaneous equations, focusing now on 3 or more variables (higher dimensions).

We define reduced echelon form for matrices, and explain why it’s useful for solving simultaneous equations.