Introduction to Linear Algebra

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Wellesley-Cambridge Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Mathematics - 568 pages
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Basic textbook for linear algebra with worked examples, glossary, exercises, index. Web page:

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After reading Gilbert Strang's book on Linear Algebra, well, it all made sense. I must say, first off, that Linear Algebra and I have a bit of a shady past. The course covering it in the most depth ... Read full review

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Gilbert Strang is Brilliant. The book is a treasure trove of his insight into the subtleties of Linear Algebra. As another reviewer pointed out, do the review problems. If you do them in sequence they tend to help clarify the content of the chapters, and prompt you into thinking about the material in different ways. The Problems teach as much as the sections explaining them.  

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