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Matrices, like determinants, have their background in algebra and offer another way to represent and manipulate equations. Matrices can be added, subtracted and multiplied together, and even inverted, however, they must give the same result obtained through traditional algebraic techniques. A useful way to introduce the subject is via geometric transforms, which we examine first.
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