**Linear Algebra**

by Jonathan Gleason

**Publisher**: University of California 2018**Number of pages**: 681

**Description**:

From the table of contents: K-modules and linear transformations; Linear independence, spanning, bases, and dimension; Coordinates, column vectors, and matrices; Eigenstuff; Multilinear algebra and tensors; Inner-product spaces; Applications.

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