# 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:

Resources for a second course:

Misc. resources:

Textbooks:

• Linear Algebra
by Jim Hefferon
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• A First Course in Linear Algebra
by Robert A. Beezer
• Understanding Linear Algebra
by David Austin
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• Linear Algebra and Applications: An Inquiry-Based Approach
by Steven Schlicker and Feryal Alayont
PDF
• A First Course in Linear Algebra: Study Guide for the Undergraduate Linear Algebra Course
by Mohammed Kaabar
PDF
• The Basics of Linear Algebra
by Marcel B. Finan
PDF
• Linear Algebra
by David Cherney, Tom Denton, Rohit Thomas, and Andrew Waldron
PDF
• Linear Algebra - As an Introduction to Abstract Mathematics
by Craig A. Tracy
PDF
• Elementary Linear Algebra
by Keith Matthews
PDF
• Linear Algebra with Applications
by W. Keith Nicholson
PDF
• A First Course in Linear Algebra
by Kenneth Kuttler
PDF
• Elementary Linear Algebra
by Kenneth Kuttler
PDF
• Exercises and Problems in Linear Algebra
by John M. Erdman
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• Comprehensive Introduction to Linear Algebra
by S. Gill Williamson and Joel G. Broida
PDF
• Comprehensive Introduction to Linear Algebra
by S. Gill Williamson and Joel G. Broida
PDF
• Comprehensive Introduction to Linear Algebra
by S. Gill Williamson and Joel G. Broida
PDF
• Math 54: Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Worksheets
by Department of Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley
PDF
• Interactive Linear Algebra
by Dan Margalit and Joseph Rabinoff
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