So I just bought his ook called "Matrices and Linear Algebra" by Hans Schneider and G.P. Barker in an attempt to teach myself this subject as I will probably need to learn it at some point anyway. I am not very familiar with the topic (in any sense) and I was wondering what if any topics up through Calculus 1 I should review (if any of these would even help).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any thoughts are appreciated. For now I'll just wiki the subject and try to get a general feel of what it even entails...I don't even know what the term Linear Algebra means beyond a linear equation (of the most basic form).

Casey

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# Teaching Myself Linear Algebra

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