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A First Course in Linear Algebra

by Zelinsky, Daniel

Condition: Good+/Fair-


NY: Academic PRESS, 1969. Book. Good+. Hardcover. 3rd Printing. Book essentially sound, boards clean and unbumped. Text has very occasional neat pencilled note. Prev, owners name felt penned over 1st endsheet, book store stamp etc.Text fairly crisp and bright, 2 paperclip marked areas, binding very right. Jacket very rough, large chips out, crease wear. *We feel that books offered for internet sale should be described thoroughly and accurately. We assure the buyer that books listed by Brass Dolphin are so described, using the strict, traditional standards. *.


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