Excel for Science and Engineering 1 — Matrices

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Students of science and engineering often only learn a bit of Excel in the context of doing simple data analysis, plotting and calculations involving single cells or scalar values (e.g. basic statistics). However, there are many ways in which Excel can be used for a lot of other calculations, including things like linear algebra, regression analysis, probability…




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