#### Introductory Linear Algebra with Applications

by Bernard Kolman, David Ross Hill

**For undergraduate-level courses in Linear Algebra.**

This book provides an applied introduction to the basic ideas, computational techniques, and applications of linear algebra. The most applied of our basic books in this market, this text has a superb range of problem sets. Also, this is the most technology-friendly text on the market.

#### Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications (Classic Version)

by Bernard Kolman, David Hill

*For introductory sophomore-level courses in Linear Algebra or Matrix Theory.*

*This title is part of the Pearson Modern Classics series. Pearson Modern Classics are acclaimed titles at a value price. Please visit www.pearsonhighered.com/math-classics-series for a complete list of titles.*

This text presents the basic ideas of linear algebra in a manner that offers students a fine balance between abstraction/theory and computational skills. The emphasis is on not just teaching how to read a proof but also on how to write a proof.

#### Introdctry Linear Algebra

by Dennis Kletzing

#### Elementary Linear Programming with Applications

by Bernard Kolman, Robert E. Beck

The text is comprised of six chapters. The Prologue gives a brief survey of operations research and discusses the different steps in solving an operations research problem. Chapter 0 gives a quick review of the necessary linear algebra. Chapter 1 deals with the basic necessary geometric ideas in Rn. Chapter 2 introduces linear programming with examples of the problems to be considered, and presents the simplex method as an algorithm for solving linear programming problems. Chapter 3 covers further topics in linear programming, including duality theory and sensitivity analysis. Chapter 4 presents an introduction to integer programming. Chapter 5 covers a few of the more important topics in network flows.

Students of business, engineering, computer science, and mathematics will find the book very useful.