Introduction to Matrix Algebra
Autar K Kaw, University of South Florida
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The material in the book is
based upon work supported
partially by the National
Science Foundation under
Grant# 0126793, 0341468 and
071624. Any opinions,
findings, and conclusions or
in this material are those of
the author and do not
necessarily reflect the views of
the National Science
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of materials, math, kinematics/mechanisms or machine design book but have seen
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the clever use of clear examples which seem sequenced perfectly and which build
on each other.
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Thanks for the book. I have not seriously worked with matrix algebra for close to
50 years and am now doing substitute teaching in Edmond public hi and junior
high schools. It will be VERY handy!