I'm currently a freshman in linear algebra, getting ready for the final, and all has been going well. The algebra's pretty much intuitive for me; I tend to enjoy the abstract theoretical stuff :). Anyway, to my question.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My professor has done little to none as far as applying the ideas of linear algebra to, say, geometry, which is something that I've heard is done in some other linear algebra classes. There was a post earlier that matt grime answered in which he gave some insight into the geometric applications of eigenvectors/values/spanning sets.

I was wondering if anyone had some sources of some books or websites I could refer to in order to gain a better knowledge of the geometric applications of linear algebra. Although it really won't help me with my class or anything, my interest in the field pushes me to ask.

So besides the obvious Wolfram, any ideas? If you just want to start a general thread within this forum about it, that would be cool too :).

Thanks again

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# Geometric App's of Linear Algebra

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