Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I don't really really immediately plan on doing any graduate work, although it is a possiblity. Through my first few EE classes, though, I've gathered that a class in matrix algebra or linear algebra would be very beneficial, although it is not required at my school.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm not sure if this is universal, but here, matrix algebra is more on application, and linear algebra is more proofs/theory.

Any suggestions? Is it even worth it to take more math?

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