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Linear Systems: Fundamental Theorem
In this fundamental theorem worksheet, students show matrix multiplication, identify the vector in the nullspace and interpret equations. This two-page worksheet contains examples, explanations and three problems.
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Linear Systems: Fundamental Theorem of Linear Algebra
In this linear algebra worksheet, students complete matrix multiplication. They find the row space and nullspace of given matrices. This two-page worksheet contains examples, explanations, and approximately four problems to complete.
11th - Higher Ed Math
Numerical Analysis: Successive Over-Relaxation for Linear Systems
In this successive linear systems activity, students use a matrix representation of iterative schemes for linear systems. They define a positive definite matrix and explore the Kahan Theorem. This two-page activity contains approximately...
Higher Ed Math
Introduction to Calculus
This heady calculus text covers the subjects of differential and integral calculus with rigorous detail, culminating in a chapter of physics and engineering applications. A particular emphasis on classic proof meshes with modern graphs,...
11th - Higher Ed Math CCSS: Adaptable
Calculus - Early Transcendentals
This textbook takes the learner from the basic definition of slope through derivatives, integrals, and vector multivariable calculus. Each section is composed primarily of examples, with theoretical introductions and explanations in...
9th - Higher Ed Math CCSS: Adaptable
Linear Systems: Geometric Interpretation of Eigenvalues
In this geometric interpretation worksheet, students prove the exponentiation of a matrix and the Eigenvalues of an inverse. This two-page worksheet contains explanations, examples, theorems and two problems for students to solve.
12th - Higher Ed Math