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It looks like a lot of grad schools specify a course in linear algebra. Would a course on Linear Algebra and Differential Equations be sufficient (basically Calc iv, taken after the introductory calc sequence)? Or, would an upper-level course devoted just to linear algebra be desired on top of calc iv?

(It seems like it would involve too much "pure" math for physical science, but that's just my impression...)

(It seems like it would involve too much "pure" math for physical science, but that's just my impression...)

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