Practicing with matrices can help you understand them better. Follow along with this tutorial to get some practice adding and subtracting matrices! You even get to use decimals and fractions!
Adding matrices is easier than you might think! Just find the corresponding positions in each matrix and add the elements in them! This tutorial can show you the entire process step-by-step.
To subtract matrices, you need to make sure that the matrices have the same dimensions. If they do, match up the corresponding positions in each matrix and subtract away! This tutorial takes you through the steps of subtracting matrices.
To multiply a matrix by a scalar, just multiply each element in the matrix by the scalar! To see the entire process, check out this tutorial!
Matrices can help you solve all sorts of problems! In this tutorial, you'll see how to use a translation matrix to translate a figure on the coordinate plane.
Determining the determinant of a matrix can be fun, especially when you know the right steps! This tutorial provides a great example of finding the determinant of a 2x2 matrix.
When you multiply a matrix and its inverse together, you get the identity matrix! Follow along with this tutorial to practice finding the inverse of a 2x2 matrix.
Matrices can help solve all sorts of problems! This tutorial explains what a matrix is and how to find the dimensions of a matrix.
The Commutative Property of Matrix Addition is just like the Commutative Property of Addition! This tutorial uses the Commutative Property of Addition and an example to explain the Commutative Property of Matrix Addition.
This tutorial introduces you to the Identity Property of Matrix Addition. This property tells you what happens when you add a zero matrix to another matrix.
Is the Inverse Property of Matrix Addition similar to the Inverse Property of Addition? Yes, it is! In fact, this tutorial uses the Inverse Property of Addition and shows how it can be expanded to include matrices!
You can solve a system of a equations using matrices! In order to do that, you need to create a coefficient matrix. This tutorial introduces this type of matrix and shows you how to make one!
When you're following directions, you not only need to know how far you're traveling but in what direction. Vectors are just like that! They have both a length and a direction! Follow along with this tutorial to learn about vectors and their parts. You can even see how to name a vector!