it's gud but the whole lecture is waste if a student can't understand it properly you should explain some sample problems regarding it
Are lecture notes available?
The second example shown in the lecture, is it a row-reduced echelon matrix?? ……because by the first property the first non-zero entry of each non-zero row must be one (here it is 5)……….please explain.
ex2 of RRE: if we do e1: r2-> r2-r1. then will it become rre?
What is the difference between leading non zero row entry and non zero row entry
RRE is nothing but lower triangle matrix. so much to explain such easy concept. i hate the way math is taught
Can sm1 tell why the summation has j=1 to n-r coz n-r are the zero rows of the matrix? I'm confused
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