Algebra and Graphs
Addition and subtraction of vectors
Multiplying a vector by a scalar
Magnitude of a vector
Addition and subtraction of matrices
Multiplying matrices by a scalar
Multiplying a matrix by another matrix
The identity and zero matrix
The determinant and inverse of a matrix
Combinations of transformations
Transformations and matrices
What is the Order of a Matrix
On your IGCSE GCSE maths exam papers you can expect to be asked to answer questions involving matrices. Matrices are nothing more than a way to represent information. Have a look at the following videos which will tell you more about matrices including how we describe the size order) of a matrix. It is crucial to understand the order of a matrix before moving on.
Example maths questions what is the Order of a Matrix
You have learned what is meant with the order of a matrix. Hopefully you agree with me that it is not the most difficult thing in the world. Trust me however that it is very important that you can confidently identify the order of a matrix if you want to be successful on your IGCSE GCSE maths exam papers. Have a try therefore and answer the questions on the FREE maths worksheet which I have created for you below. The answer key you will find on the second page of the document. You can also download the file below the embedded document. If you don't understand matrices and what the order of a matrix is, then let me know and I will help you with your maths and make some more maths videos for you.
You have already learned a lot about Matrices and understand what is meant with the order of a Matrix. It is essential to understand what the order of a Matrix is if you want to be able to work with Matrices. Have a look at the next part where I will explain to you how to add and subtract Matrices. Can you add and subtract Matrices of any order with each other? Let us find out!