I've recently completed Calc 1 and 2 on my own, with little guidance outside (which I feel hurt my final exam scores), but I attribute this primarily to the lack of a good textbook. I decided to hold off on Linear Algebra and Multivariable until I've graduated, and now that I have I'm looking to advice on which book I should get for each. For Linear Algebra, I've decided to purchase, "Introduction to Linear Algebra, Fifth Edition by Gilbert Strang", which seems like a fantastic guide to the subject. https://www.amazon.com/Introduction...r=8-1&keywords=introduction+to+linear+algebra But I'm uncertain about which one I should get for multivariable... I'm considering purchasing "Multivariable Calculus, Tenth Edition by Ron Larson and Bruce H. Edwards" https://www.amazon.com/Multivariabl...285060296/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 Are these wise choices? I want to ensure that I get my money's worth when purchasing these textbooks. When I self studied calculus, the sources I used had many issues... while they explained certain topics very well, they didn't use the metric system, which made conversions very difficult. Compounding this, they didn't teach everything that was on the finals. For instance it taught Taylor and Maclauren series, but never mentioned finding the area between two polar curves. So I'm hoping that these books will be far more meticulous, and if not what do you recommend?