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 Title: Introduction to Linear Algebra for Science and Engineering
 Author(s) Daniel Norman, Dan Wolczuk
 Publisher: Pearson Canada; 3rd edition (May 9, 2024); eBook (Online Student Edition, 2012)
 Paperback: 592 pages
 eBook: PDF (550 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 0134682637
 ISBN13: 9780134682631
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Book Description
This book helps Science and Engineering students understand and apply theory and concepts by combining theory with computations and slowly bringing students to the difficult abstract concepts.
About the Authors N/A
 Linear and Matrix Algebra
 Algebra, Abstract Algebra
 Calculus and Mathematical Analysis
 Applied Mathematics
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