Halcyon18 Posted July 29, 2015 Share Posted July 29, 2015 I'm going back to school in a little less than a month. I've been trying to study ahead for a couple of my classes, but I can't seem to find any good resources for Advanced Linear Algebra. Could anyone please tell me what to expect? I'm really scared because I initially had trouble with introductory linear algebra (but I feel fairly good about it now). I'm also taking Real Analysis I, and I've read through some lecture notes and it doesn't seem so bad. Is Advanced Linear Algebra harder than Real Analysis I? Thank you in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Karoku_valentine Posted July 29, 2015 Share Posted July 29, 2015 I'm going back to school in a little less than a month. I've been trying to study ahead for a couple of my classes, but I can't seem to find any good resources for Advanced Linear Algebra. Could anyone please tell me what to expect? I'm really scared because I initially had trouble with introductory linear algebra (but I feel fairly good about it now). I'm also taking Real Analysis I, and I've read through some lecture notes and it doesn't seem so bad. Is Advanced Linear Algebra harder than Real Analysis I? Thank you in advance! They are different. I took a Linear Algebra course and an Applied Linear Algebra. The applied one was upper division and it was way more difficult (still easy) and we saw a lot of computations. Real analysis was definitely an interesting class, very different to regular Math classes, as we were expected to "prove" that mathematical formulas were right. Unlike Linear Algebra, there was not computations, but memorization and understanding of theorems and creativity on how to solve problems. I got A at Linear Algebra, B+ at Applied LA, B+ at Real Analysis I and A at Real Analysis II. I would totally consider Linear Algebra to be way easier than Real Analysis. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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