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Linear Algebra Done Right

The eminent Professor Axler's textbook comes with a bait-y title and is completely free and available online here. It is somewhat polarizing because he makes a couple unconventional choices in teaching linear algebra (namely, he focuses on abstract vector spaces quite early on and leaves determinants until the very end). Thus, it is sometimes recommended to take on this book after a first, more computational course in linear algebra. But of course, you don't have to listen to those gatekeepers.

Okay I apologise... I did not start at the very beginning. I skipped ahead to Linear Maps just because. I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me, dear reader.

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