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Last day, I borrowed a book titled Linear Algebra, 2nd Edition - Kenneth Hoffmann And Ray Kunze. Then tried to read most of the topics there but didn't get most of it.

I studied Calculus by my own and understand most of it. But when I tried to study Linear Algebra, it really burned my brain up. Can anyone give me some tips on how to study this subject? Do you have any good book for a self-teach man like me? I'm studying this topic on my own because my university didn't offer this class but I really need it for game programming. That's the reason why I borrowed a book and will teach myself with it.

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# I can't understand most of the topics on my Linear Algebra Book.

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