Examples, solutions, videos, and lessons to help High School students learn to work with 2 × 2 matrices as a transformations of the plane, and interpret the absolute value of the determinant in terms of area.
Common Core: HSN-VM.C.12
Common Core (Vector and Matrix Quantities)
Common Core for Mathematics
Transformation Matrices (using base vectors)
How to identify what type of transformation (reflection, rotation or enlargement) is represented by these matrices using 'base vectors'?
Application of Matrix Multiplication - Transformations
How matrix multiplication can be used to perform a rotation on the coordinate plane?
Matrix Transformation - Rotation.
Linear Transformation Matrices
00:50 - Example 1: Dilation
03:29 - Reflection
04:39 - Transforming the Unit Circle
07:50 - Rotations Matrices
Transformation Matrices : Reflection x-axis
Transformation Matrices : Reflection the line y = x
Transformation Matrices : Reflection the line y = −x
Transformation Matrices : Rotation 90 degrees about the origin.
Transformation Matrices : Rotation 270 degrees about the origin.
Transformation Matrices : Rotation θ degrees about the origin.
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