Why use matrices?
Helpful when solving simultaneous equations
A more succinct way of expressing complicated
systems of equations
Bradley Chap 9.2
Rosser Chap 15
Dowling Chaps 10 &11
What is a Matrix?
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PRINCIPLES OF SYSTEMS
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Activity 1: Mini Presentation - Instruction Sheet
This assignment is worth 5% of your overall grade and will be completed at the
beginning of one of the remaining tutorial sessions.
Students will be able to
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Linear algebra (1) permits expression ofa complicated system of equations in a succmct, simplied
way, (2) provides a shorthand method to
Test 1 Information
Thursday 24 January, 1 pm for 90 mins in S.1.05
Closed book, blank papers not needed
Any complicated formulae needed will be provided
Covers Topics 1-3 (through end of next Wednesdays lecture)
Non-programmable calculators are allow
Week 4 - session B
Lab exercise week 4
For this exercise, you have to work in groups of 3 or 4 (if not, min 2 persons, max 5). You will be
given time to discuss the answers of these questions in your group and write them down (in brief) on