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Publication Date: 1995
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
John B. Fraleigh, Raymond A. Beauregard
Fraleigh and Beauregard's text is known for its clear presentation and writing style, mathematical appropriateness, and overall student usability. Its inclusion of calculus-related examples, true/false problems, section summaries, integrated applications, and coverage of Cn make it a superb text for the sophomore or junior-level linear algebra course. This Third Edition retains the features that have made it successful over the years, while addressing recent developments of how linear algebra is taught and learned. Key concepts are presented early on, with an emphasis on geometry.John B. Fraleigh is the author of 'Linear Algebra, Third Edition', published 1995 under ISBN 9780201526752 and ISBN 0201526751.
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