Elementos de álgebra linear
Download Elementos de álgebra linear written by Ron Larson in PDF format. This book is under the category Algebra and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 8522127220/9788522127221. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.
Ron Larson’s “Elementos de álgebra linear” (PDF) é um livro texto pedagogicamente sólido; matematicamente preciso e abrangente. Seu objetivo é fornecer aos alunos as ferramentas necessárias para o domínio da álgebra linear. Este livro aborda assuntos relacionados a sistemas de equacões lineares; matrizes; determinantes; espacos vetoriais; espacos con produto interno; transformacões lineares e autovalores e autovetores.
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