








Principles of Linear Algebra with Mathematica












Publisher:  Wiley (Hoboken, NJ) 
  






An Introduction to Mathematica  Linear Systems of Equations and Matrices  GaussJordan Elimination and Reduced Row Echelon Form  Applications of Linear Systems and Matrices  Determinants, Inverses, and Cramer's Rule  Basic Vector Algebra Topics  A Few Advanced Vector Algebra Topics  Independence, Basis, and Dimension for Subspaces of ℝn  Linear Maps from ℝn to ℝm  The Geometry of Linear and Affine Maps  LeastSquares Fits and Pseudoinverses  Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors






A handson introduction to the theoretical and computational aspects of linear algebra using Mathematica. The book begins with an introduction to the commands and programming guidelines for working with Mathematica. Next, the authors explore linear systems of equations and matrices, applications of linear systems and matrices, determinants, inverses, and Cramer's rule. Basic linear algebra topics, such as vectors, dot product, cross product, and vector projection are explored, as well as a unique variety of more advanced topics including rotations in space, 'rolling' a circle along a curve, and the TNB Frame. Subsequent chapters feature coverage of linear transformations from Rn to Rm, the geometry of linear and affine transformations, with an exploration of their effect on arclength, area, and volume, least squares fits, and pseudoinverses. Mathematica is used to enhance concepts and is seamlessly integrated throughout the book through symbolic manipulations, numerical computations, graphics in two and three dimensions, animations, and programming. Each section concludes with standard problems in addition to problems that were specifically designed to be solved with Mathematica, allowing readers to test their comprehension of the presented material. All related Mathematica code is available on a corresponding website, along with solutions to problems and additional topical resources. Extensively classtested to ensure an accessible presentation, Principles of Linear Algebra with Mathematica is an excellent book for courses on linear algebra at the undergraduate level. The book is also an ideal reference for students and professionals who would like to gain a further understanding of the use of Mathematica to solve linear algebra problems.












Cramer's rule, Vectors, Plotting, Geometry






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