Syllabus for Math 2406-M
Abstract Vector Spaces
Fall 2010

The theory of abstract vector spaces and linear transformations is called “linear algebra”. Like calculus, linear algebra is built from a few simple but powerful ideas and, again like calculus, it is a cornerstone of modern mathematics. A rigorous course in the subject, such as this one, will cover the key ideas of the subject, train students to reason carefully in abstract situations, and enable them to construct and write proofs. This is the gateway to higher mathematics.


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