Linear algebra textbook help

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I lost my copy of Linear Algebra and Differential Equations by Steven Goode a couple days ago. However, I have a copy of Multivariable Mathematics by Williamson and Trotter. Is the book I have good enough that I dont need to replace the lost one? Does anyone have any experience with the two books and prefer one over the other?
 

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I have not heard of Goode, but Williamson and Trotter is a famous classic. Of course since I am old, it could be that the other book is also a (more recent) classic and I just don't know about it. But the one you have is certainly excellent, and it is even possible that Goode modeled his on it.
 

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