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Published on Apr 25, 2015
We complete our treatment of Chapter 6 of Damiano and Little with a discussion of the minimal polynomial and just a bit of ideal theory (not enough really). Of course, if you are to study linear algebra further then ideals and the theory of polynomials play a much more central role in the discussion. See Roman's Advanced Linear Algebra, or the relevant part of Dummit and Foote for example. Ideally I would post another lecture which fills in some of the theoretical gaps in this lecture (don't worry if you're a Spring 2015 student, this doesn't happen to you)