By Cohn H. M.
Stories very important historical past in algebra and introduces extra complicated themes, emphasizing linear algebra and the homes of teams and jewelry. contains extra labored difficulties and an entire set of solutions to the routines. additionally positive aspects multiplied proofs and extra in-depth remedies of affine areas, linear programming, duality, Jordan general shape and workforce idea.
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