I'm currently taking a Linear Algebra course, and am having some issues.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I can do the mechanics of it, solve the problems and all of that but I don't really get the math theory (perhaps not the best wording) behind it.

Things like "The solutions of Ax=0 has a different plane than Ax=b connected by a vector p" seem to fly over my head.

Do you guys have any suggestions for books I could read to get a better understanding? Right now I'm using "Linear Algebra and it's Applications" by David Lay.

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# Linear Algebra: need suggestions for learning

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