# Math From Scratch #45: Introducing Basis Vectors

The latest Math From Scratch lesson is available here.

# Math From Scratch #44: Exploring Matrix Polynomials

The latest chapter of Math From Scratch can be found here, and introduces the idea of matrix solutions to polynomial equations.

# Comic Book Physics – Firestorm’s Transmutations

The latest podcast in the Comic Book Series deals with Firestorm’s transmutation abilities. The current list of topic suggestions can be found here, and new ideas can be submitted via email to [email protected]. You can also listen automatically through the RSS feeds for this series only or all podcasts, via iTunes links for just this show or all of our podcasts, or (as of this week) Stitcher feeds for just this series or all of our shows.

# Math From Scratch 43: Introducing Matrices

Our latest installment of Math From Scratch includes the introduction to matrices, including their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

# Math From Scratch Lesson 42: n-tuples, Vectors, and more

The latest chapter of Math From Scratch includes introductions to n-tuples, vectors, vector spaces and a quick introduction to inner products.

# Comic Book Physics: Hulk Jump!

The latest chapter in Comic Book Physics takes a look at the Hulk, his mode of transport, and what that tells us about his strength. You can listen to it here.

# Math From Scratch, Lesson 41 – “Fundamental Theorem of Algebra”

This month, we introduce, but do not yet prove, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. You can read it all here.

# Math From Scratch #40: Introducing New Algebras

Now that we can work with complex numbers, we can identify new algebras using these objects while working towards graphing.

# Math From Scratch 39: Losing the Axiom of Inequality

The latest chapter of Math From Scratch is ready here, and details the exact justifications for removing the Axiom of Inequality, also known as the well-ordering principle, and then introduce the new axiom that replaces it.

# Math From Scratch 38: Solving Quartic Equations

We continue from where we left off last month, and define the roots of quartic polynomials. You can find the latest chapter of Math From Scratch right here.