Division And Combination In Linear Algebra

• Liang Fang Taishan University
• Rui Chena Taishan University
Keywords: Matrix Operations, Linear Equations, Linear Representation, Linear Correlation, Divide And Combine

Abstract

In this paper, the relationship between matrix operation, linear equations, linear representation of vector groups and linear correlation is discussed, and the idea of division and combination in linear algebra is discussed to help learners understand the connections between various knowledge points of linear algebra from multiple angles, deep levels, and high dimensions.

Author Biographies

Liang Fang, Taishan University

College of Mathematics and Statistics, Taishan University, 271000, Tai'an, China

Rui Chena, Taishan University

College of Mathematics and Statistics, Taishan University, 271000, Tai'an, China

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Published
2019-09-06
How to Cite
Fang, L., & Chena, R. (2019). Division And Combination In Linear Algebra. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICS, 17, 39-146. https://doi.org/10.24297/jam.v17i0.8413
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