**Notes on Linear Algebra**

by Peter J. Cameron

**Publisher**: Queen Mary, University of London 2008**Number of pages**: 124

**Description**:

On the theoretical side, we deal with vector spaces, linear maps, and bilinear forms. On the practical side, the subject is really about one thing: matrices. This module is a mixture of abstract theory, with rigorous proofs, and concrete calculations with matrices.

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