Linear Algebra

The University of New South Wales Course

99 students enrolled

Overview

This course on Linear Algebra is meant for first year undergraduates or college students. It presents the subject in a visual geometric way, with special orientation to applications and understanding of key concepts. The subject naturally sits inside affine algebraic geometry. Flexibility in choosing coordinate frameworks is essential for understanding the subject. Determinants also play an important role, and these are introduced in the context of multi-vectors in the sense of Grassmann. NJ Wildberger is also the developer of Rational Trigonometry: a new and better way of learning and using trigonometry.

Lecture 1: WildLinAlg1 Introduction to Linear Algebra

Up Next
You can skip ad in
SKIP AD >
Advertisement
      • 2x
      • 1.5x
      • 1x
      • 0.5x
      • 0.25x
        EMBED LINK
        COPY
        DIRECT LINK
        PRIVATE CONTENT
        OK
        Enter password to view
        Please enter valid password!
        0:00
        3.4 (36 Ratings)

        Lecture Details

        The first of a series of lectures on Linear Algebra meant for freshman university students. This course emphasizes the geometric content of the subject, along with applications. The first lecture introduces the main problem of Linear Algebra.


        LECTURES




        Review


        3.4

        36 Rates
        5
        44%
        16
        4
        14%
        5
        3
        8%
        3
        2
        6%
        2
        1
        28%
        10

        Comments Added Successfully!
        Please Enter Comments
        Please Enter CAPTCHA
        Invalid CAPTCHA
        Please Login and Submit Your Comment

        Profile image
        jaiswarrj1 made a post.

        how to download this video


        Profile image
        jaiswarrj1 made a post.

        pls clear my doubt about metric space