Get the most out of your Linear Algebra class and improve your grades with this Student Resource Manual!
The Student Resource Manual to accompany Linear Algebra: Theory and Applications, Second Edition is designed to help you succeed in your linear algebra course. Part A of the manual provides worked-out solutions to selected exercises from each chapter of the text and will help you assess your understanding of challenging and key concepts. Part B includes hundreds of multiple choice and true/false questions allowing you to test your understanding of the material you encounter in the text.
Students, use this manual to:
- Check answers to selected exercises
- Test your understanding of key concepts with hundreds of multiple choice and true/false questions
- Confirm that you understand key ideas and concepts
- Review past material
- Prepare for future topics
Ward Cheney, PhD-University of Texas, Austin
Ward Cheney's research interests are in approximation theory and numerical analysis. His book Introduction to Approximation Theory has been in print for many years and has been translated into several languages. His book A Course in Approximation Theory, co-authored with Professor Will Light, is a graduate level textbook. Cheney has taught mathematics courses at the University of Kansas, Iowa State University, University of California at Los Angeles, Michigan State University, Lund University (Sweden), and The University of Texas at Austin. He has been the author or co-author of over 100 research papers.
Additional Titles by this Author
- ISBN-13: 9781449613525
David R. Kincaid, PhD-University of Texas, Austin
David Kincaid's research interests are in scientific computing, especially parallel computing. He was one of the original co-authors for the BLAS: Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms. Previously co-authored books with Ward Cheney include Numerical Mathematics and Computing, currently in it's 6th edition, and Numerical Analysis: Mathematics of Scientific Computing, in it's 3rd edition. They have been translated into several languages as well as Braille and recorded for the visually impaired. Kincaid has taught computer science and mathematics courses at Purdue University and The University of Texas at Austin. He has been the author or co-author of over 100 research papers.