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# Schaum's Outline of Linear Algebra (Schaum's Outline)

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Helps readers use examples to solve problems; brush up before tests; find answers; study effectively; and get the big picture without poring over lengthy textbooks. This guide provides explanations of eigenvalues, eigenvectors, linear transformations, linear equations, vectors, and matrices.

Paperback, 424 pages

Published
December 6th 2000
by McGraw-Hill
(first published January 1st 1968)

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The book is intended for beginning math students – to show them all the steps in doing calculations and simple proofs, but many of the “solved” problems contain errors. There are typos, mistakes in simple arithmetic, and just plain errors in copying a list of numbers in the middle of calculations. I can imagine some poor frustrated undergraduate trying over and over to get the same answer as the book, and not understandin ...more

The book is intended for beginning math students – to show them all the steps in doing calculations and simple proofs, but many of the “solved” problems contain errors. There are typos, mistakes in simple arithmetic, and just plain errors in copying a list of numbers in the middle of calculations. I can imagine some poor frustrated undergraduate trying over and over to get the same answer as the book, and not understandin ...more

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