Pascal Hug

04:32

yes

nikolaihorozov

04:33

yes

Sharon Frauchiger

04:33

yes

Esther

04:33

yes

Valeria G.

04:34

Hi

Marc Foertig

04:35

Hello, yes

Valeria G.

04:36

yes

rosie

04:37

yess:)

Valeria G.

04:59

it was very difficult

Albina Kudoyarova

05:16

for me as well

Stefani

13:51

yes

Marc Foertig

13:57

That makes sense thanks

Alessio

13:57

yes

domi sten

14:01

yes but how about transforming the matrix to a regular matrix one to prove the vectors are linearly dependent?

Lucien

14:12

this only works if n=k right?

J

15:10

are these methods also valid for non homogeneous systems?

Sharon Frauchiger

16:03

I thought if the determinant is 0, there is no or infinite solutions of the matrix

Sharon Frauchiger

17:39

yes, thanks

Marc Foertig

28:03

Yes thank you

Stefani

33:42

perfect thanks

domi sten

33:46

yes! :)

Alessio

36:15

is it GeoGebra?

Amy Schubiger

39:18

yes

Maxxhänni

39:24

Yes

domi sten

42:16

sorry for the late question but for E2.3: what about two vectors are multiplies of each other? are then three vectors linearly dependent? do

domi sten

43:43

okay, thank you!

Marc Foertig

01:05:30

Thank you very much :)

Sharon Frauchiger

01:05:36

thank you :)

domi sten

01:05:37

bye

Joya Rakita

01:05:41

thanks

Valeria G.

01:05:41

thx

Valeria G.

01:05:44

Bye

J

01:05:53

thank you

Maxxhänni

01:05:55

can you calculate 4.4?

Maxxhänni

01:06:18

thx

Stefani

01:06:40

we don't see the screen

Stefani

01:06:52

:)

Stefani

01:07:07

thank you!

Maxxhänni

01:09:04

Yes thank you

Stefani

01:09:07

yes

Stefani

01:09:32

Thanks for your time! See you next week!

Albina Kudoyarova

01:09:50

thank you