Introduction to Linear Algebra by Gilbert StrangThis informally written text provides students with a clear introduction into the subject of linear algebra. Topics covered include matrix multiplication, row reduction, matrix inverse, orthogonality and computation. The self-teaching book is loaded with examples and graphics and provides a wide array of probing problems, accompanying solutions, and a glossary.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Vectors; Chapter 2: Solving Linear Equations; Chapter 3: Vector Spaces and Subspaces; Chapter 4: Orthogonality; Chapter 5: Determinants; Chapter 6: Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors; Chapter 7: Linear Transformations; Chapter 8: Applications; Chapter 9: Numerical Linear Algebra; Chapter 10: Complex Vectors and Matrices; Solutions to Selected Exercises; Final Exam. Matrix Factorizations. Conceptual Questions for Review. Glossary: A Dictionary for Linear Algebra Index Teaching Codes Linear Algebra in a Nutshell.
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A leading textbook for first courses in linear algebra. Instead of teaching students by repetitive drill, Gilbert Strang encourages students to real mathematical thinking; an approach that has been successful over many years at MIT. Gilbert Strang received his Ph. Professor Strang has published eight textbooks. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Wellesley-Cambridge Press.
Gilbert Strang linearalgebrabook gmail. Related websites: ocw. I hope this website will become a valuable resource for everyone learning and doing linear algebra. Here are key links:. My friend Pavel Grinfeld at Drexel has sent me a collection of interesting problems -- mostly elementary but each one with a small twist. These are part of his larger teaching site called LEM.
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