eBook Linear Algebra with Applications download
by John Scheick
Author: John Scheick
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions); International Ed edition (July 1, 1997)
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Linear algebra uses a lot of matrices and the way this book formats them makes them entirely unreadable. Almost useless, wish there was a way to return.
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It is addressed to students of mathematics, the physical, engineering and social sciences, and commerce. The reader is assumed to have completed the calculus sequence
It is addressed to students of mathematics, the physical, engineering and social sciences, and commerce. The reader is assumed to have completed the calculus sequence.
In contrast to Matrix Algebra (Math 3323), we will be focusing on proofs and theory instead of applications (though theory lies closer to applications in linear algebra than it does in, say, analysis), vector spaces instead of Rn, and linear transformations instead of matrices. Otherwise, many topics will look familiar. Textbook: Linear Algebra with Applications, by John Scheick. We will go through all of Chapters 1 and 2, sections . -3. 3, and sections . -4. If time permits, we will also go through sections . and .
An entirely new chapter on linear programing introduces the reader to the simplex algorithm with emphasis on understanding the theory behind i. he book is addressed to students who wish to learn linear algebra, as well as t. he book is addressed to students who wish to learn linear algebra, as well as to professionals who need to use the methods of the subject in their own fields. Presupposing no knowledge beyond calculus, it provides a thorough treatment of all the basic concepts, such as vector space, linear transformation and inner product.