## Linear Algebra

#### * Welcome to Linear Algebra Library!

This is the Linear Algebra library section webpage, In this section, you will find all the available resourses and class materials in PDF files for Linear Algebra.

* Note: Course materials are posted here in PDF format. If your computer doesn't already have it, you will need to

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* A First Course in Linear Algebra: Study Guide for the Undergraduate Linear Algebra Course Book

In this book, there are five chapters: Systems of Linear Equations, Vector Spaces, Homogeneous Systems, Characteristic Equation of Matrix, and Matrix Dot Product. It has also exercises at the end of each chapter above to let students practice additional sets of problems other than examples, and they can also check their solutions to some of these exercises by looking at â€śAnswers to Odd-Numbered Exercisesâ€ť section at the end of this book. This book is very useful for college students who studied Calculus I, and other students who want to review some linear algebra concepts before studying a second course in linear algebra. This book is available online for free in google books and ResearchGate in PDF format under a Creative Commons license.

Note: If you find this book helpful and useful, and you see an opportunity to cite it in any of your publications, I would be very happy and appreciative of the citation. Please cite this book as:

Kaabar, M.K.: A First Course in Linear Algebra: Study Guide for the Undergraduate Linear Algebra Course. Printed by CreateSpace, Charleston, SC (2014)

Links to view and download this book:

* Google Books (100% viewable for free)

* PDF File

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* Mathematical Association of America (Mathematical Matters Newsletter)

* Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Reviews

* The College Open Textbooks Collaborative

* Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching

* Washington State University (Department of Mathematics)

* Drexel University (The Math Forum)

* Dr. Ayman Badawi, Professor of Math at AUS and Ring Theorist, Website

* The Open Education Consortium

* Open Educational Resources (OER) Commons