I used Gilbert Strang's text: Introduction to Linear Algebra, to introduce myself to the subject. The book drops off after giving a brief introduction to Linear Transformations. Can someone recommend a second text in Linear algebra that begins with Linear Transformations and develops the subject from there? I would prefer a more rigorous treatment, but the subject itself fascinates me and I would just like to continue onward from where I left off.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Second Textbook in Linear Algebra after Strang

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