# Free resources for learning linear algebra

Keep in mind, the resources below will provide you with lessons and intuition, but it's not enough to watch videos, you must also engage with problems. You can find problem sets in the textbooks linked below. For intuition, I recommend watching this playlist by 3Blue1Brown throughout your first course. For example, if you're about to learn about determinants, you would start by watching 3Blue1Brown's video on determinants, which you would then follow with another, more formal lesson. After you feel comfortable with the topic, you would then do some practice problems before moving to the next topic.

Resources for a first course:

- Course by Khan Academy
- Playlist by Eddie Woo
- Playlist by patrickJMT
- Playlist by Engineer4Free
- Playlist by The Math Sorcerer
- Playlist by MathDoctorBob
- New and old playlists by Trefor Bazett
- Playlists on vectors and matrices, by ProfRobBob
- Playlist by Mathispower4u
- Playlist by Professor Dave Explains
- Playlist by TheTrevTutor
- Parts 1 and 2 of a course, and an alternative course, by lemma
- Playlists on operations with matrices, matrices and systems of equations, determinants and Cramer's rule, and inverse of matrices, by ThinkWell
- New and old playlists by Dr Juan Klopper
- Playlist by AbrahamPhysics
- Playlists on vectors, vectors in two dimensions, and dot product and modeling, by Ant0nMath

Resources for a second course:

- Playlist by Elliot Nicholson

Misc. resources:

- Playlist by Dr Peyam

Textbooks: