This website has a basic color coded explanation of the inverse of a matrix and how to find it for small matrices. The use of color and arrows are nicely done. The program would work we

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This website has topics on partitioned matrices broken into smaller steps and categories. The author does a good job of breaking the ideas down into smaller steps.

This website shows an animation of multiplying a matrix by a vector. This is a whiteboard demonstration providing an example of how to multiply block partitioned matrices.

This is a whiteboard demonstration providing an example of how to multiply block partitioned matrices.

The author does a good job of breaking the ideas down into smaller steps.

The use of color and arrows are nicely done. The program would work well in a high school setting, but may not be sophisticated enough for a university level class.

The videos seem fairly nice, however at times the presenters are careless with mathematical ideas and notation.

This page specific in nature. Using JavaScript, it generates a random nonsingular 3-by-3 linear system. The corresponidng augmented matrix is populated from the system, and the user is

This applet provides a simple interface to enter the coefficients of a linear system of equations. The applet implements a number of different solutions methods: Naive (Gaussian and back subs

This page provides a demonstration to help students visualize transformations and mappings used to move (rotating, reflecting, translating), resize (contracting, expanding), and reshape (shearing,