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Using Eigenvalue Analysis to Rotate in 3D
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Three Vector Spaces
Reindeer Linear Transformation
Creating Self-Similar Fractals with Hutchinson Operators
Sets of Linear Combinations and Their Images under Linear Transformations
Opposite Coefficients Method for Solving Two Equations in Two Unknowns
2x2 Matrix Operations Acting on a Unit Square
Solving a System of Two Linear Equations with Substitution
System of Three Linear Equations with One Parameter
Singular Values in 2D
The Dual Basis for the Tangent Space of a 2D Surface
Systems of Two Linear Equations with One Parameter
Matrix Transformations in Crystallography
Euler's Method for Solving Linear Diophantine Equations
Linear Diophantine Equations in Two Variables
Coordinate Transformation of a-Matrix and alpha-Matrix
Decomposing Rotations into Shear Mappings
The Scalar Triple Product Gives the Volume of a Parallelepiped
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