Introductory course in linear algebra, continued
Phenomena in natural and social sciences are usually complicated, and seldom described by linear equations. However, Linear Algebra is still powerful and effective in describing essential parts of the phenomena by linear approximation. Thus Linear Algebra has vast applications.
Linear Algebra will further provide basics for considering linear spaces that appear in quantum mechanics or Fourier analysis. The ideas in Linear Algebra are broadly utilized in sciences and engineering, including agriculture, medicine, and economy, as well as in mathematics and physics.
Although Linear Algebra is simple and clear in theory, one needs to be familiar with abstract concepts in mathematics to properly deal with it in practice. It is important for students to keep on deepening their understanding by working with exercise and related problems.