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4 Linear Independence and Dimension
5 Linear Mappings
6 Linear Mappings and Matrices
7 Matrix Transformations
8 Systems of Linear Equations
9 Invertible Matrices
10 Similar Matrices; Changing Bases
12 The Elementary Matrices
13 The Determinant
14.1 Special rules for 2×2 and 3×3 matrices
14.2 A proof of Leibniz Formula
15 Why is the Determinant Important?
16 Complex Numbers
17 Scalar Products, Norms, etc
18 Orthonormal Bases
19 Some “Classical Groups” Often Seen in Physics
20.1 Orthogonal matrices
20.2 Unitary matrices
20.3 Hermitian and symmetric matrices
21 Which Matrices can be Diagonalized?
22 Dual Spaces
23 The End
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Published by: Zane Cohick on Apr 19, 2012
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