# Linear and Geometric Algebra

```@inproceedings{Macdonald2011LinearAG,
title={Linear and Geometric Algebra},
author={Alan Macdonald},
year={2011}
}```
Linear algebra is part of the standard undergraduate mathematics curriculum because it is of central importance in pure and applied mathematics. It was not always so. The wide acceptance of vector methods did not occur until early in the twentieth century. The pioneers were two physicists: the American Josiah Willard Gibbs and the Englishman Oliver Heaviside, beginning in the late 1870’s. Linear algebra allows easy algebraic manipulation of vectors. But it is not the latest word on the…
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