I was wondering if anyone could recommend some Linear Algebra books?
Well many people on these forums, including myself, like to recommend "Linear Algebra Done Right" by Axler, although it might not be appropriate for a first exposure to linear algebra. I cannot recommend any others, as I have never had another good linear algebra text.
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i recommend shilov, good and cheap. also sharipov, free and good.
hoffman and kunze
Shilov is very good.
Linear Algebra Done Right by Axler
I really like "Linear Algebra Demystified". Even though the Demystified series is usually a bunch of crap, and with terrible editing and proofreading to boot, this book was actually pretty good. He even covers Linear Algebra with complex numbers. "Linear Algebra: An Introduction" by Bronson is good too.
Try Halmos' Vector Spaces (or something close to that)
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