by Benjamin McKay
Publisher: University College Cork 2008
Number of pages: 491
These notes are drawn from lectures given for a first year introduction to linear algebra. The prerequisites for this course are basic arithmetic and elementary algebra, typically learned in high school, and some comfort and facility with proofs, particularly using mathematical induction.
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