By Morton L. Curtis
Intended for a primary path at the topic, this article starts off from scratch and develops the traditional subject matters of Linear Algebra. Its progresses easily in the direction of its final objective, the theory of Hurwitz, which argues that the single normed algebras over the true numbers are the genuine numbers, the complicated numbers, the quaternions, and the octonions. The e-book stresses the total logical improvement of the subject.
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