Lecture 1: The Geometry of Linear Equations

author: Gilbert Strang, Department of Mathematics, Center for Future Civic Media, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
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I've been trying to learn linear algebra on my own...... tough to do. This makes it SO much easier!


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Well explained, easy to follow. I enjoyed listening. Thanks a lot Professor. Strang


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Comment20 ruben, June 7, 2015 at 6:59 a.m.:

There is a lot to be desired by this teaching style. The problem runs through his textbook as well. I end up feeling like I have to yell at the screen, Tell ME the Procedure alreade. Explain the THEORY. It sucks. And he has way too much prostylization. Enough. I'm not here to argue about differential equations. How about FOCUSING on the therum and definitions of the generalized arithmatic of matrixes. It is unfathomable that you can go through three classes in lectures without having the rules for Vector multiplication to be EXPLICITLY defined.

Jabber jabber jabber jabber. And then you still don't know what exactly he is talking about and you have to scamper to other textbooks to try to get insight.

BTW - the second video should be axed altoghter, the one placed in here from the other class. The TA's video is just completely useless without other background.

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