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- Christopher O’Sullivan for Cork South West – Vote Number One
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Professor, it would be more helpful if you can explain the concepts without too many symbols next time. For example, writing out English sentences for the explanation of elementary row operations would make the concept much more clear. After the lecture, the students can read the textbook and make sense of the formal definitions/explanations of the concepts.

At 33.12, shouldnt it be a_sj if i=s and a_tj if i=t ?

I do not understand how he got that solution set.

how can unique solution get x=(4/5 and -1/5)

how u got the values (1/2,0)&0,1/3) in 2 dimensions please explain basically I am not a maths student

yeah i agree sumrandumGI the very first lecture where using very formal notation, do theory then examples easy medium hard more theory examples easy medium hard

these video lessions are helpful for me sir i am working as degree college lecturer good explanation

Thank you sir

Good job

Could someone explain to me the difference between the e_2 and e_3 operations? Because the way I see it is that the e_2 operation is just the e_3 operation but muliplied by some constant

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which book u are study???sir..

any good textbook that complements this course that also provides solutions?