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Linear Algebra Exercise Class - Benedetta Cavalli - Shared screen with speaker view
Roman Herold
02:34
yes
Stefani
08:52
yes
Aaron Hauser
13:27
e(3)T, e(2)T, e(1)T
Aaron Hauser
13:44
T: transpose
Aaron Hauser
13:49
e: cononial vector
VG
14:19
001,010,100
VG
18:58
Yes.
Stefani
18:59
yes
Marc Foertig
19:05
Yes thanks
Stefani
27:24
yes thanks
J
32:20
yes
Amy Schubiger
32:23
yes
Stefani
37:38
yes
J
42:59
can we just check for which values of a the matrix of the 3 vectors is regular?
J
43:31
ok thanks :)
Aline Klaus
48:26
and how can we prove that geometrically?
Stefani
52:41
clear
Stefani
53:27
a comprehension questin: What is meant with bases?
Stefani
53:36
*question
J
54:38
is it a valid statement to say that they are linearly independent because they aren’t PARALLEL? (exercise 2a))
Stefani
55:07
Thank you!
J
55:32
ok thanks
Stefani
55:52
ahaa clear!!
Stefani
56:00
I understood it
Stefani
56:39
Perfect, thanks
Aaron Hauser
01:00:37
one question to 3.3
Aline Klaus
01:00:46
thank you :)
Aaron Hauser
01:00:50
the computation for z is wrong is it not?
Aaron Hauser
01:02:25
ah okay thanks
Constantijn
01:02:46
Thank you for taking the extra time to explain sheet 5!
Albina Kudoyarova
01:02:55
thank you
Pascal Hug
01:02:57
thanks, goodbye
Michelle
01:03:01
thank you
Sharon Frauchiger
01:03:02
thank you!
vastud
01:03:04
Thank you
Olivier Meyer
01:03:04
it is really helpfull
VG
01:03:06
Thank you and c u
Olivier Meyer
01:03:11
thank you bb
J
01:03:19
thank you
Stefani
01:03:37
Thanks a lot for your good explenations! I appreciate a lot that you take you're time to explain us the exercises!