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52/hour

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How would you define Linear Algebra in your own words?
Linear algebra involves operators such that L(a +b) = L (a) + L(b) and L(ax) =a L(x). These may be matrix, differential, or integral operators. The purpose of linear algebra is to introduce methods to solve such systems. Those methods include techniques of calculating inverse operators and... read more
Linear algebra involves operators such that L(a +b) = L (a) + L(b) and L(ax) =a L(x). These may be matrix, differential, or integral operators. The... read more
David W.

David W. answered • 03/20/18

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How would you define Linear Algebra in your own words?
Linear algebra is about taking geometric ideas about linear spaces (lines, planes, and higher dimensional equivalents) and applying them more abstractly to generalized "vector spaces" where a "vector" is no longer thought of as just an arrow, but instead can be any collection of mathematical... read more
Linear algebra is about taking geometric ideas about linear spaces (lines, planes, and higher dimensional equivalents) and applying them more... read more
Andrew P.

Andrew P. answered • 12/17/18

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How would you define Linear Algebra in your own words?
Linear Algebra is the study of collections of numbers. Whereas traditional algebra usually studies functions of one or two variables, linear algebra explores problems with many, many variables. These variables are collected into long lists called vectors which are, in turn, grouped into... read more
Linear Algebra is the study of collections of numbers. Whereas traditional algebra usually studies functions of one or two variables, linear... read more
Geoffrey B.

Geoffrey B. answered • 03/31/18

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How would you define Linear Algebra in your own words?
Linear Algebra is the study of linear functions, that is functions that obey f(x+y) = f(x) + f(y) and f(c*x) = c*f(x) where x and y are any "vectors" and c is any number. (The quotes are there because this notion of linearity turns out to have much larger scope than just the vectors you may have... read more
Linear Algebra is the study of linear functions, that is functions that obey f(x+y) = f(x) + f(y) and f(c*x) = c*f(x) where x and y are any... read more
Answered • 03/22/18