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Linear Algebra: An Introduction to Mathematical Discourse

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Linear Algebra: An Introduction to Mathematical Discourse

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The book was designed specifically for students who had not previously been exposed to mathematics as mathematicians view it. That is, as a subject whose goal is to rigorously prove theorems starting from clear consistent definitions. This book attempts to build students up from a background where mathematics is simply a tool that provides useful calculations to the point where the students have a grasp of the clear and precise nature of mathematics.

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