The calculus reform list has been inactive as of late, but I have a request for those of you who still are subscribers. Do any of you have a recommendation for a book that combines linear algebra and differential equations into a single volume? We are not particularly interested in a super-comprehensive treatment of either topic; that can be done in follow-up courses. If the text, or a good portion of it, would be adaptable for a three or four hour one semester course, that would be great. If it includes technology, fine; but we can handle this ourselves if needed.
Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated.
Richard J. Maher Mathematics and Statistics Loyola University Chicago 6525 N. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, Illinois 60626 1-773-508-3565 firstname.lastname@example.org