Determinants and Volume | MIT 18.06SC Linear Algebra, Fall 2011 January 30, 2020January 30, 2020 John Carter 23 Comments Blog determinants, Linear Algebra, volume

PiroozAzDiroozPost authorFebruary 5, 2012 at 11:40 pmPermalink Excellent presentation! Thanks Linan! Enjoyed it a lot. Reply

WingedzephirPost authorAugust 12, 2012 at 9:31 amPermalink 2:14 "How did your computation go?" It must be a joke, I'm not a computer! She gave us so little time that I even couldn't get for a piece of paper…ahahaha Reply

BuddyKrolPost authorSeptember 3, 2012 at 10:37 amPermalink Definitely something I never had in linear algebra. The concept is clear, and the geometry makes it so. Reply

CoolBananasPost authorOctober 9, 2013 at 3:16 pmPermalink mistake?? im getting -64.333 for 2nd determinant?? Reply

Riley EscobarPost authorOctober 9, 2013 at 8:40 pmPermalink You probably forgot the negative sign for the 199 in the third row… Reply

thrunsalmightyPost authorFebruary 8, 2014 at 8:47 amPermalink I should rather like to see the premise of the lecture proven.That the volume is equal to the determinant. Reply

Mario ReggyPost authorJune 23, 2015 at 9:59 amPermalink cute…….oh I mean very clear definition of determinant geometrically Reply

Jack SparrowPost authorFebruary 23, 2017 at 11:11 amPermalink she and ben have the best explanation. Reply

Aparajita KarmakarPost authorFebruary 26, 2017 at 11:00 amPermalink very clear explanation. thanks. Reply

FacundoPost authorMarch 14, 2017 at 7:32 pmPermalink that would only be true if (A1*A2 = A3*k), in other words, you're trying to compute the area of a romboid using the formula for the rectangle. Reply

Wei Hong LimPost authorMay 4, 2017 at 1:39 pmPermalink Is there a mistake at 10:54 where she mistakenly wrote -199 as 199 in the determinant? Reply

PowderPost authorMay 19, 2017 at 7:59 amPermalink 2 times -100 is exactly -201 .. when she say EXACTLY.. my ears started to bleed Reply

Owen BorelandPost authorJune 15, 2017 at 9:12 pmPermalink i'm getting 52 as my seccond determinant: ((3*104)-(199*0))/6= 312/6 = 52…am i calculating the Det. wrong? Reply

Simple and EasyPost authorJanuary 1, 2018 at 9:43 amPermalink why do i feel like my iit jee faculties teach better than many mit teachers…am i the only one here who feels so Reply

michael jordanPost authorApril 30, 2018 at 11:49 pmPermalink You’ll learn better from a book.. like this lady did, than watching this video Reply

Babita BabitaPost authorJanuary 21, 2020 at 2:12 pmPermalink Why is the volume of tetrahedron 1/3rd of area of triangle into height???? Reply

first lol

second "lol"

Excellent presentation! Thanks Linan! Enjoyed it a lot.

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2:14 "How did your computation go?" It must be a joke, I'm not a computer! She gave us so little time that I even couldn't get for a piece of paper…ahahaha

Definitely something I never had in linear algebra. The concept is clear, and the geometry makes it so.

mistake?? im getting -64.333 for 2nd determinant??

You probably forgot the negative sign for the 199 in the third row…

Indeed I did, thanks Riley

I should rather like to see the premise of the lecture proven.

That the volume is equal to the determinant.

Always love you teacher.

cute…….oh I mean very clear definition of determinant geometrically

she and ben have the best explanation.

very clear explanation. thanks.

that would only be true if (A1*A2 = A3*k), in other words, you're trying to compute the area of a romboid using the formula for the rectangle.

Is there a mistake at 10:54 where she mistakenly wrote -199 as 199 in the determinant?

2 times -100 is exactly -201 .. when she say EXACTLY.. my ears started to bleed

i'm getting 52 as my seccond determinant: ((3*104)-(199*0))/6= 312/6 = 52…am i calculating the Det. wrong?

why do i feel like my iit jee faculties teach better than many mit teachers…am i the only one here who feels so

You’ll learn better from a book.. like this lady did, than watching this video

I like your experience

Nice handwriting and shape mind.

Why is the volume of tetrahedron 1/3rd of area of triangle into height????