By popular demand, in this video I’m presenting a non-technical overview of some of the main concepts in linear algebra, including systems of equations, matrices, vector spaces/bases, diagonalization, orthogonality, and least-squares. Hopefully it’s understandable enough that you only need algebra to understand it. Also, of course I’ve skipped a couple of concepts as well, like linear transformations and determinants. Enjoy!

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