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?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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

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# Should I take more Linear Algebra?

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