Lesson 7 of 33 • 10 upvotes • 9:56mins

In mathematics, a set B of elements (vectors) in a vector space V is called a basis, if every element of V may be written in a unique way as a (finite) linear combination of elements of B. The coefficients of this linear combination are referred to as components or coordinates on B of the vector. The elements of a basis are called basis vectors.

33 lessons • 5h

Overview

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Matrices

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Matrix Multiplication

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Inverse Of a Matrix

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Special Matrices

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Vectors

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Concept Of Basis

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Dot Product

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Determinant

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Adjoint Of A Matrix

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Cross Product

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Previous Year Questions On Matrices, Vectors & Determinants

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Eigen Vectors

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Maxima & Minima 1

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Definite Integral

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Previous Year IIT JAM question on Definite integral

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Introduction to Differential Equation

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First Order Differential Equations

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Linear First Order Differential Equations

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Homogeneous First Order Differential Equations

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Bernoulli Equation

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Exact Equations

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Basic Statistics

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Basic Statistics II

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Probability Theory

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Probability Theory II

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Random Variables

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