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I have just taken two courses on Linear Algebra, and it was mainly computational.

I was hoping that this course would not involve any computations, but the professor says we will have some (how much?) on our next midterm.

I don't mind having them for assignments, and as for examples, but on the midterm?

After doing annoying computations for two terms, I certainly don't want to continue doing them. Is it expected to continue doing computations in Abstract Linear Algebra?

Note: We still have questions like find a basis for V (a vector space).

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