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Lecture# Advanced Linear Algebra: Replacement Course

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This lecture covers advanced topics in linear algebra, focusing on linear transformations, kernels, images, and the rank theorem. The instructor discusses examples and proofs related to analysis, applications, and properties of linear maps in vector spaces.

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