The theory of matrices: with applications by Miron Tismenetsky, Peter Lancaster

The theory of matrices: with applications Miron Tismenetsky, Peter Lancaster ebook
Format: djvu
Page: 585
ISBN: 0124355609, 9780124355606
Publisher: AP

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