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The test schedule is as follows: Test 1: Thursday October 5. Test 2: Thursday November 9. Final Exam: Friday, December 8, - pm. Homework Assignments There will be weekly Assignment Sets.
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Review of Handbook of Matrices, HELMUT LUTKEPOHL
Handbook of Matrices
Lutkepohl H. Handbook of Matrices