- #1

- 20

- 0

I have taken applied linear algebra http://courses.illinois.edu/cis/2009/fall/schedule/MATH/415.html?skinId=2169"

and didn't learn anything really since i never went to class (yeah yeah yeah I know). I am taking intro to abstract algebra 1 and 2 this year. My friend took the abstract version of linear algebra http://courses.illinois.edu/cis/2009/fall/schedule/MATH/416.html?skinId=2169"

and said he learned linear algebra really well because of how abstract it was. I plan to go on to grad school for math and am wondering if I should take this abstract linear algebra course before I attend or if I will have learned the meat and potatoes by means of taking the under grad abstract algebra courses and a grad level abstract algebra.

and didn't learn anything really since i never went to class (yeah yeah yeah I know). I am taking intro to abstract algebra 1 and 2 this year. My friend took the abstract version of linear algebra http://courses.illinois.edu/cis/2009/fall/schedule/MATH/416.html?skinId=2169"

and said he learned linear algebra really well because of how abstract it was. I plan to go on to grad school for math and am wondering if I should take this abstract linear algebra course before I attend or if I will have learned the meat and potatoes by means of taking the under grad abstract algebra courses and a grad level abstract algebra.

Last edited by a moderator: