## Mathematics for High School: Introduction to Matrix Algebra. Teacher's Commentary, Volume 16 |

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### Contents

THE ALGEBRA OF 2 x 2 MATRICES | 35 |

MATRICES AND LINEAR SYSTEMS | 69 |

REPRESENTATION OF COLUMN MATRICES AS GEOMETRIC VECTORS | 107 |

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