20101213, 08:28  #12 
"(^r'°:.:)^n;e'e"
Nov 2008
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3^{3}·37 Posts 
@rooster

20101225, 02:32  #13 
Dec 2010
Monticello
5·359 Posts 
Textbook:
Georgi Shilov: Linear Algebra. Dover, probably 1960s. Study the first half or so. This book, though not directly on calculus or ODE, will give you quite a bit of insight into what people are doing in those courses, and make them *much* easier. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors make sense after you read this book. ExistenceUniqueness theorem takes on meaning. 
20110105, 05:03  #14  
"Kyle"
Feb 2005
Somewhere near M50..sshh!
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20110105, 09:08  #15  
"(^r'°:.:)^n;e'e"
Nov 2008
;t:.:;^
3E7_{16} Posts 
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(uncomplicated) ' be equal to 1 (on) _ be the same o (zero) 0 (off) look here see column ( 2, 3, 4, 5 ) background ... '' ( black ) ... __ ( green ) then out to the right pedicle ps "when you see, we finished the test" Last fiddled with by cmd on 20110105 at 09:24 Reason: '' double 1 ( 11 ) .. & .. __ double 0 ( oo ) 

20110112, 23:05  #16 
Dec 2010
Monticello
5×359 Posts 
forgot to say: Dover tends to print paperbacks for $10$15, new...using public domain material. Enjoy...

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