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Ashuron
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Well,
I just finished a linear algebra course using David C Lay's book.
Thinking to go deeper on the subject.
I am never good with proofs, so I actually prefer books that may build some skills on that.
On that regard, the book perhaps should be fairly rigorous.
Right now I have several in mind:
-Algebra, Artin I may try to study this slowly...real slow
-Hoffman & Kunze seems rigorous
-Linear Algebra Done right, Axler seems packed with theory from the reviews
I have only looked into Artin's.
I do not plan to actually buy a new book, just want to study something from the library.
I am majoring in Physics, so relevant advices will also be nice.
If someone can actually tell me what is mathematical maturity and how to develop it, that would also be nice.
I just finished a linear algebra course using David C Lay's book.
Thinking to go deeper on the subject.
I am never good with proofs, so I actually prefer books that may build some skills on that.
On that regard, the book perhaps should be fairly rigorous.
Right now I have several in mind:
-Algebra, Artin I may try to study this slowly...real slow
-Hoffman & Kunze seems rigorous
-Linear Algebra Done right, Axler seems packed with theory from the reviews
I have only looked into Artin's.
I do not plan to actually buy a new book, just want to study something from the library.
I am majoring in Physics, so relevant advices will also be nice.
If someone can actually tell me what is mathematical maturity and how to develop it, that would also be nice.