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You can use a transformation/function to map from one set to another, but can you invert it? In other words, is there a function/transformation that given the output of the original mapping, can output the original input (this is much clearer with diagrams). This tutorial addresses this question in a linear algebra context. Since matrices can represent linear transformations, we're going to spend a lot of time thinking about matrices that represent the inverse transformation.
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- Level of Difficulty: Beginner
- Size: One-on-One
- Instructor: Sal Khan
- Cost: Free
- Institution: Khan Academy
- Topics: Algebra, General Mathematics, Linear Algebra
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