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Resourcers for Linear Algebra [HELP]

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Just get one of those Schaum's outlines for linear algebra. There are tons of solved problems.
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I don't have any extra help, but you can help us give advice to future beginning linear algebra students, by explaining, if you can, exactly how Strang loses you. Is it the axiomatic approach? If I recall, Strang does linear algebra the "modern" way, and doesn't even mention coordinates or matrices or anything like that, until after he defines things like basis and orthogonality in a purely abstract way. Is it that, that is throwing you?
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I like "Linear Algebra done right" by Sheldon Axler, it covers everything for a first semester LA lecture and only requires the real numbers as a starting point. The book itself isn't expensive but there are free PDFs for it if you just look for them via your favorite search engine.

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