An introduction to linear algebra
Vector spaces; Linear combinations; Dimension basis; Linear functionals and linear equations; Linear equations, abstractly; Matrices; Determinants; Linear transformations; Eigenvectors eigenvalues; Minimum polynomial: jordan form; Quadratic form; Inner products; The spectral theorem.
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