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Lectures in Geometry – Semester 2 Linear Algebra and Differential Geometry – Postnikov
In this post, we will see the book Lectures in Geometry – Semester 2 Linear Algebra and Differential Geometry by M. Postnikov. This book is the first one of a five part Lectures in Geometry series. So far we have … Continue reading
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