How to become a master of linear algebra is set up in a way you can easily understand and it is divided into eight sections which there will be a series of lectures at the end of each section.
SECTION 1 - EXPONENTS
SECTION 2 - RADICALS
SECTION 3 - POLYNOMIALS
SECTION 4 - COMPLEX NUMBERS
SECTION 5 - POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
SECTION 6 - PARTIAL FRACTION DECOMPOSITION
SECTION 7 - EXPONENTIAL/LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS
SECTION 8 - SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
Algebra is the study of mathematical symbols and the rules for manipulating those symbols. It forms the basis for advanced studies in many fields, including mathematics, science, engineering, medicine, and economics. In its simplest form, algebra involves using equations to find the unknown.
For starters, algebra is foundational for other classes. That means you’ll apply what you learn in algebra throughout school. Learning algebra helps to develop your critical thinking skills. That includes problem solving, logic, patterns, and reasoning. You need to know algebra for many professions, especially those in science and math. Not planning to go into those fields? You’ll probably still use algebra without even realizing it!
This course will cover all these topics. We will study exponents in section 1 and after this section you should be able to understand exponents.
At the end of section 2, you will be able to understand radicals. Polynomials will also be studied. Complex numbers will be studied to get a good knowledge about this topic. Polynomial functions, partial fraction decomposition, exponential/Logarithmic functions and system of equations will be studied to get a good and proper understanding about these topics.