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  • ISBN 048667553X
  • ISBN13 978-0486675534
  • Language English
  • Author Marvin Marcus
  • Publisher Dover Publications; Reprint, Revised edition (April 23, 1993)
  • Pages 486
  • Formats mbr lrf lit mobi
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Mathematics
  • Size ePub 1720 kb
  • Size Fb2 1415 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 731

Outstanding undergraduate text, especially suitable for non-mathematics majors, introduces basic concepts and the fundamental ideas of linear algebra and the theory of convex sets. Topics include sets, functions, combinatorial matrix theory, linear equations, geometry of convex sets, game theory, Markov chains, more. Includes 150 worked examples and over 1200 exercises. Answers to selected exercises. Bibliography. 1969 edition.

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A Survey of Finite Mathematics book. Outstanding undergraduate text, especially suitable for non-mathematics majors, introduces basic concepts and the fundamental ideas of linear algebra and the theory of convex sets. Topics include sets, functions, combinatorial matrix theory, linear equations, geometry of convex sets, game theory, Markov chains, more. Includes 150 worked examples and over 1200 exercises.

Outstanding undergraduate text, especially suitable for non-mathematics majors, introduces basic concepts and the fundamental ideas of linear algebra and the theory of convex sets.

1969: Marvin Marcus, A Survey of Finite Mathematics, Houghton-Mifflin. 1970: Guillermo Owen, Mathematics for Social and Management Sciences, Finite Mathematics, W. B. Saunders. 1970: Irving Allen Dodes, Finite Mathematics: A Liberal Arts Approach, McGraw-Hill. Goodman & J. S. Ratti, Finite Mathematics with Applications, Macmillan. 1977: Robert F. Brown & Brenda W. Brown, Applied Finite Mathematics, Wadsworth Publishing.

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FINITE DIMENSIONAL MULTILINEAR ALGEBRA I'm two parts) PART I MARVIN MARCUS University of California Santa . This book is dedicated to my -wife, Rebecca Elizabeth Marcus. PREFACE This monograph covers multilinear algebra over finite dimensional vector spaces.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Author Paul R. Halmos. Mathematical Snapshots. Part Two begins with a survey of elementary properties of convex sets and polyhedra and presents a proof of the Birkhoff theorem on doubly stochastic matrices. This is followed by a discussion of the properties of convex functions and a list of classical inequalities. This material is then combined to yield many of the interesting matrix inequalities of Weyl, Fan, Kantorovich and others.

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Arashitilar
Very "math-ey", but good at what it tries to be ...
Voodoogore
This book covers many of the same topics as a typical course or textbook in Finite Math--sets, functions, probability, systems of equations, matrices, linear programming, etc.--but from a very theoretical mathematical approach. The writing style is that of a mathematician: formal definitions, theorems, proofs, and lots of math symbols. So I can't imagine this book being very accessible to anyone but a math major.
Non-mathematicians looking for a Finite Math book would be better off with one of the many more modern textbooks out there. (For what it's worth, when I've taught Finite Math to college freshmen/sophomores, I've used the text by Howard Rolf.) Math geek types, on the other hand, might appreciate this book, and they'd likely learn a thing or two from it; but they'd probably be better off with books specifically devoted to the individual subjects such as linear algebra, probability, set theory, etc.
Togor
"A Survey of Finite Mathematics" claims on the back cover that it introduces basic mathematical concepts and fundamental ideas of linear algebra. This is not true. I felt that the book went into the mathematical theory too far, and was anything but an introductory step into finite mathematics. I finished taking a finite math course and tried to use the book as a reference to my class-assigned book, however I found "A Survey of Finite Mathematics", completely esoteric and of no use.