|Apr6-12, 09:20 PM||#18|
Book Suggestion on Mathematical Methods
Look no farther than this book here!
This book is free and highly intuative and will give you a pretty decent introduction into the subject.
If you mean the more algebray tensor producty notion of a tensor (although these are the same things as the once before) then maybe try the 2nd bourbaki book, Algebra I
I wouldn't even touch this version of it unless you've already got some pretty good linear algebra under your belt though.
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