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Linear Algebra Examples C-3: The Eigenvalue Problem and Euclidean Vector Space

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Linear Algebra Examples C-3: The Eigenvalue Problem and Euclidean Vector Space
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776815080
Number of pages: 136

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The book is a collection of solved problems in linear algebra, this third volume covers the eigenvalue problem and Euclidean vector space. All examples are solved, and the solutions usually consist of step-by-step instructions, and are designed to assist students in methodically solving problems.

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