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This is a basic course, produced by Gilbert Strang of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, on matrix theory and linear algebra. Emphasis is given to topics that will be useful in other disciplines, including...
This course, presented by MIT and taught by Professor Gilbert Strang, provides undergraduate level algebra instruction. The materials cover matrix theory and linear algebra including systems of equations, vector spaces,...
This algebra unit from Illuminations includes three lessons which highlight Pick's Theorem. Students will be introduced to the theorem, determine the coefficients of the equation, and explore the concept of rates of...
This lesson from Illuminations uses the real world example of hanging chains to demonstrate how naturally occurring shapes relate to parabolic functions. Students will learn to substitute points on a graph into a...
This lesson from Illuminations teaches students the features of sine and cosine graphs. Students use uncooked spaghetti to demonstrate the properties of the unit circle, which they will then represent with graphs. It is...

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