Linear Algebrator
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For teaching or learning basic linear algebra.   Shareware ($10.00)
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The Linear Algebrator is a Mac OS X application for teaching or learning basic linear algebra, taking you step-by-step through both the Gauss-Jordan elimination algorithm for row reducing matrices as well as the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization algorithm. You are free to perform row or column operations as you like, or just ask "What do I do next?". An extra drawer displays LU or QR factorizations as you go. All computations are done using fractions, and you can copy or paste the matrix in TeX.
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Downloads:2,332
Version Downloads:2,331
Type:Education : Mathematics
License:Shareware
Date:04 Aug 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $10.00
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The Linear Algebrator is a Mac OS X application for teaching or learning basic linear algebra, taking you step-by-step through both the Gauss-Jordan elimination algorithm for row reducing matrices as well as the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization algorithm. You are free to perform row or column operations as you like, or just ask "What do I do next?". An extra drawer displays LU or QR factorizations as you go. All computations are done using fractions, and you can copy or paste the matrix in TeX.


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