math,algebra II
posted by jas .
can someone show me examples of what is a practical application of matrices or matrix operations that can be used in a realworld situation.
Simple example: Coordinate transformation. An object is located at coordinates (x,y,z) in your coordinate system, what are the coordinates in some other coordinate system?
what do you mean in a coordinate location x,y,z?
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