Work hard, find a fun research project, and you can for graduate school if it's not too late! There are lots of other good undergrad. schools, too. And cheaper đ

I could have used recitations like this one when I took linear algebra at Penn State (but I won't mention HOW long ago)! I couldn't see the forest for the trees.

25:00Â What if the underlying field were circular rather than straight?

For example let the underlying field be F_3 = Z mod 2. Then b=(1,1,1) for example would solve to x=(0,1,2) OR (1,2,0) OR (2,0,1). Unless I am mistakenâĻ

I am sorry but someone has to say this.. This is slower than turtles and snails…even after watching the whole lecture one doesn't get to learn anything new..same old engineering stuff. nothing against the prof., he is surely a respected person.

I like how this man simplifies the ideas that he are expecting to transmite, I think that reflects how he organizes his teaching and his way of thinking, so, I like how this man think.

7/11 was a part time job. What do you think about this MIT OpenCourseWare? In what course will I learn Linear Algebra on the level of Hoffman and Kunze?

Prof. Strang, you are brilliant teacher! Massive props and many thanks for sharing your great knowledge…. What a special treat, this is extreme helpful. I haven't done maths since days of dinosaurs when I graduated from college. My math skills are rusted. ThisÂ course helped me to quickly recap the theorems/concepts of systems of linear equations which I need to understand for applying in machine learning models and algorithms (ML course which I am also taking in parallel). Â

i want a computer program that can design and optimize a plane by itself or my designs.. i want it to ask.. shall i optimize this design for you… click yes.. WALLLAAAA.. i dont have time for this crappy childish stuff..doc johnny,, im not interested in going back to jr college

I like the way how he said "Watch this" at 07:52. Before this moment I was like "ok, vectors, matrices, so what" and after this phrase my thoughts were like "Wow, the most interesting part starts right now, don't you dare miss this part, lazy monkey!".

Gilbert Sir!! You are a great professor… The way you teach, guiding us step by step, is amazing… Just amazing… I had so many difficulties approaching this subject and now with your help, it all has started making sense. Thank you so much for making your lectures available so easily đ

Is this First year linear algebra (in gr 12 now)?

i could listen to Gilbert talk all day long đ Thanks MIT!

If you want to get a basic lecture on linear algebra, mit ocw has that course on their youtube channel

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ergg beyond me!

Thank you for posting the recitations!

So differentiation and integration are like A and A inverse, but the entries are like infinite and continuous?

I could have used recitations like this one when I took linear algebra at Penn State (but I won't mention HOW long ago)! I couldn't see the forest for the trees.

I am your fan Gilbert Strang

Around 32:00 – I never considered what a pit of despair 'zero' is. I love how he says "you can never come back!"

just fantastic – thank you Gilbert Strang! Best math teacher.

I wish I had professors like Gilbert Strang in my University, he excels at teaching!

nice intelligent extrordinary i dont know what to say just awesome

The mit ocw 18.06 sc is so great… Prof Strang is a real master of the art

25:00Â What if the underlying field were circular rather than straight?

For example let the underlying field be F_3 = Z mod 2. Then b=(1,1,1) for example would solve to x=(0,1,2) OR (1,2,0) OR (2,0,1). Unless I am mistakenâĻ

44:30 Well –

linesare not subspaces, only lines through the origin. Ditto with planes through the origin.I am sorry but someone has to say this..

This is slower than turtles and snails…even after watching the whole lecture one doesn't get to learn anything new..same old engineering stuff.

nothing against the prof., he is surely a respected person.

Is the space containing no vectors considered a "null space"?

An interesting way of teaching. I like it.

I like how this man simplifies the ideas that he are expecting to transmite, I think that reflects how he organizes his teaching and his way of thinking, so, I like how this man think.

Woooow! What a great guy. I totally love your way of teaching…. Thank you Prof. Gilbert Strang

professor Gil is great!

7/11 was a part time job. What do you think about this MIT OpenCourseWare? In what course will I learn Linear Algebra on the level of Hoffman and Kunze?

Prof. Strang, you are brilliant teacher! Massive props and many thanks for sharing your great knowledge….

What a special treat, this is extreme helpful. I haven't done maths since days of dinosaurs when I graduated from college. My math skills are rusted. ThisÂ course helped me to quickly recap the theorems/concepts of systems of linear equations which I need to understand for applying in machine learning models and algorithms (ML course which I am also taking in parallel). Â

Cheers!

i want a computer program that can design and optimize a plane by itself or my designs.. i want it to ask.. shall i optimize this design for you… click yes.. WALLLAAAA.. i dont have time for this crappy childish stuff..doc johnny,, im not interested in going back to jr college

Thanks MIT

This course is really interesting even for math dummy like me.Legendary!

33 50 . How are u , v, and w- star in same plane and u,v,w not in the same plane. Can please someone explain. Any help will be highly appreciated.

wow those are some huge chalks

I like the way how he said "Watch this" at 07:52. Before this moment I was like "ok, vectors, matrices, so what" and after this phrase my thoughts were like "Wow, the most interesting part starts right now, don't you dare miss this part, lazy monkey!".

Gilbert Sir!! You are a great professor… The way you teach, guiding us step by step, is amazing… Just amazing… I had so many difficulties approaching this subject and now with your help, it all has started making sense. Thank you so much for making your lectures available so easily đ

FUN

damn.. yeah I'm pretty lost on the pascal problem of the problem set

We love this guy.