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MAT1503 exam papers, memo's and NOTES
This zipped file contains exams and memo's from 2011  2017 and a lot of notes and examples on all topics including matrices, complex numbers and vectors. You guaranteed to pass if you go through this thoroughly.
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MAT1503 exam papers, memo's and NOTES
Last document update: agoThis zipped file contains exams and memo's from 2011  2017 and a lot of notes and examples on all topics including matrices, complex numbers and vectors. You guaranteed to pass if you go through this thoroughly.
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IEB Physics (Kinematics, Vectors and Newtons Laws)
This pack of notes summarises three of the IEB Physics sections  Kinematics, Vectors and Newtons Laws. The notes have been written in conjunction with the Subject Assessment Guidelines Document and contain all of the necessary theory for these physics sections.
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IEB Physics (Kinematics, Vectors and Newtons Laws)
Last document update: agoThis pack of notes summarises three of the IEB Physics sections  Kinematics, Vectors and Newtons Laws. The notes have been written in conjunction with the Subject Assessment Guidelines Document and contain all of the necessary theory for these physics sections.
Physics: Vectors and Scalors
Lecture Notes including examples for Vectors and Scalars.
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Physics: Vectors and Scalors
Last document update: agoLecture Notes including examples for Vectors and Scalars.
Chapter 12: VECTORS AND THE GEOMETRY OF SPACE. Work and Answers
12 VECTORS AND THE GEOMETRY OF SPACE 12.1 ThreeDimensional Coordinate Systems 1. We start at the origin, which has coordinates (0 0 0). First we move 4 units along the positive axis, affecting only the coordinate, bringing us to the point (400). We then move 3 units straight downward, in the negative direction. Thus only the coordinate is affected, and we arrive at (40 −3). 2. 3. The distance from a point to the plane is the absolute value of the c...
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Chapter 12: VECTORS AND THE GEOMETRY OF SPACE. Work and Answers
Last document update: ago12 VECTORS AND THE GEOMETRY OF SPACE 12.1 ThreeDimensional Coordinate Systems 1. We start at the origin, which has coordinates (0 0 0). First we move 4 units along the positive axis, affecting only the coordinate, bringing us to the point (400). We then move 3 units straight downward, in the negative direction. Thus only the coordinate is affected, and we arrive at (40 −3). 2. 3. The distance from a point to the plane is the absolute value of the c...
Vectors and model for space
The mathematics of vectors
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Vectors and model for space
Last document update: agoThe mathematics of vectors
Dot Product of Vectors
Within this section I have created a note on how to find the dot product between 2 vectors as well as how to find orthogonal vectors using a Matrix.
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Dot Product of Vectors
Last document update: agoWithin this section I have created a note on how to find the dot product between 2 vectors as well as how to find orthogonal vectors using a Matrix.
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Vectors, dot and cross product
Rough lecture notes from 1st year engineering degree. Includes vectors, vector algebra, scalar/dot product, vector/cross product,
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Vectors, dot and cross product
Last document update: agoRough lecture notes from 1st year engineering degree. Includes vectors, vector algebra, scalar/dot product, vector/cross product,
Summary of Vectors
An indepth summary of the Vectors aspect of the Mathematics for Computer Science module. Included are examples, and detailed explanations of the theory.
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Summary of Vectors
Last document update: agoAn indepth summary of the Vectors aspect of the Mathematics for Computer Science module. Included are examples, and detailed explanations of the theory.
Math 144 Algebra and Geometry of Vectors
Notes are made as a summary of lecture notes and the textbook. Algebra and Geometry of Vectors, explaining basics.
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Math 144 Algebra and Geometry of Vectors
Last document update: agoNotes are made as a summary of lecture notes and the textbook. Algebra and Geometry of Vectors, explaining basics.
Plant expression vectors  Transient vs Stable
Detailed notes for plant expression vectors. Includes the structure of a gene, the different types of plant viruses you can get (DNA vs RNA viruses), pTRAc vs pRIC vector used in plants, stable vs transient expression systems, how to increase low protein yields in plants and plant organelle targeting vectors
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Plant expression vectors  Transient vs Stable
Last document update: agoDetailed notes for plant expression vectors. Includes the structure of a gene, the different types of plant viruses you can get (DNA vs RNA viruses), pTRAc vs pRIC vector used in plants, stable vs transient expression systems, how to increase low protein yields in plants and plant organelle targeting vectors
Physical Sciences (Physics) : Introduction to forces and vectors/scalars
(Good for Grade 11 and 12 Physical Sciences too  follows the same scope) After this unit you should be able to: •Write any vector in its component form •Calculate the magnitude of any vector quantity •Apply vector addition to any number of vectors These notes come with lots of examples with fully worked solutions.
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Physical Sciences (Physics) : Introduction to forces and vectors/scalars
Last document update: ago(Good for Grade 11 and 12 Physical Sciences too  follows the same scope) After this unit you should be able to: •Write any vector in its component form •Calculate the magnitude of any vector quantity •Apply vector addition to any number of vectors These notes come with lots of examples with fully worked solutions.