### WildLinAlg13: Solving a system of linear equations

This is the 13th lecture in this course on Linear Algebra. Here we start studying general systems of linear equations, matrix forms for such a system, row reduction, elementary row operations and row echelon forms.This course is given by Assoc Prof N J Wildberger of UNSW, who also has other YouTube series, including WildTrig, MathFoundations and Algebraic Topology.CONTENT SUMMARY: pg 1: @00:08 How to solve general systems of equations; Chinese "Nine chapters of the mathematical art'/C.F.Gauss; row reduction;pg 2: @03:04 General set_up: m equations in n variables; Matrix formulation; matrix of coefficients;pg 3: @05:50 Defining the product of a matrix by a column vector; 2 propositions used throughout the remainder of course; matrix formulation of? basic system of equations;pg 4: @09:07 return to original example; Linear transformation;pg 5: @10:49 a 3rd way of thinking about our system of linear equations; vector formulation; example;pg 6: @14:12 example: row reduction (working with equations);pg 7: @24:48 example: row reduction (working with matrices); row echelon form mentioned;? reduced row echelon form; setting a variable to a parameter;pg 8: @30:17 Terminology; augmented matrix, leading entry, leading column, row echelon form;pg 9: @32:07 examples; solution strategy;pg 10: @35:36 elementary row operations; operations are invertible (can be undone); algorithm for row reducing a matrix;pg 11:? @38:11 algorithm for row reducing a matrix; pivot entry;pg 12: @43:41 example; row reducing a matrix per algorithm;pg 13: @47:38 exercises 13.(1:2);pg 14: @48:02 exercise 13.3; (THANKS to EmptySpaceEnterprise)

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