Hi I really love the way http://probability.net/ teaches measure theory, and also how Allan Clark teaches Abstract Algebra in Elements of Abstract Algebra. What they do is that instead of throwing a lot of definitions and theorems at you at once, and then giving you exercises, they give you an exercise after almost every definition. It makes things easier (at least for me). So, I want to know if there are books that teach linear algebra and complex analysis this way. Edit: Also, if there are books that can teach classical mechanics and electromagnetism this way, I would love suggestions for that as well.