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Linear algebra and geometry / Kam-Tim Leung.

By: Leung, Kam-timMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: [Hong Kong] : Hong Kong University Press, 1974. Description: 1 online resource (vi, 309 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789882202078; 9882202071; 9780856561115; 0856561118Subject(s): Algebras, Linear | Geometry, Affine | Geometry, Projective | MATHEMATICS -- Algebra -- Linear | MATHEMATICS -- General | Algebras, Linear | Geometry, Affine | Geometry, ProjectiveGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Linear algebra and geometry.DDC classification: 512/.5 LOC classification: QA184 | .L48 1974ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preface; Table of Contents; Ch. I. LINEAR SPACE; Ch. II. LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS; Ch. III. AFFINE GEOMETRY; Ch. IV. PROJECTIVE GEOMETRY; Ch. V. MATRICES; Ch. VI. MULTILINEAR FORMS; Ch. VII. EIGENVALUES; Ch. VIII. INNER PRODUCT SPACES; Index.
In: Digital Editions from Hong Kong University PressSummary: Linear algebra is now included in the undergraduate curriculum of most universities. It is generally recognized that this branch of algebra, being less abstract and directly motivated by geometry, is easier to understand than some other branches and that because of the wide applications it should be taught as soon as possible. This book is an extension of the lecture notes for a course in algebra and geometry for first-year undergraduates of mathematics and physical sciences.
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Preface; Table of Contents; Ch. I. LINEAR SPACE; Ch. II. LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS; Ch. III. AFFINE GEOMETRY; Ch. IV. PROJECTIVE GEOMETRY; Ch. V. MATRICES; Ch. VI. MULTILINEAR FORMS; Ch. VII. EIGENVALUES; Ch. VIII. INNER PRODUCT SPACES; Index.

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Linear algebra is now included in the undergraduate curriculum of most universities. It is generally recognized that this branch of algebra, being less abstract and directly motivated by geometry, is easier to understand than some other branches and that because of the wide applications it should be taught as soon as possible. This book is an extension of the lecture notes for a course in algebra and geometry for first-year undergraduates of mathematics and physical sciences.

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