Hello all! I know they are out there, but I think that I can learn a lot by creating my own. I do not want to get too convoluted with optimizing this thing, but I was hoping some folks could offer some input. I am narrowing the scope of this project so that the goal is to end up with a Matrix class that could be used for Gaussian elimination and matrix addition and multiplication for now. My outline is as follows: Code (Text): 1. Class name: Matrix 2. Uses <vector> as a building block. 3. Constructors should consider: a. Data Type b. Size of Matrix to be created 4. Member functions: a. row swapping b. row multiply by non zero, real, constant c. add multiple of one row to another row d. get/set Element e. augment (to append column of constants for solving systems) f. gauss solve 5. Properties: a. is singular b. is zero c. is square I am sure there is much to consider, but I am just looking for a starting point. Do you see any problems with using vector as my building block? Any other elementary member functions/properties you would suggest? Thanks!