## Resources

#### Lecture Notes

By popular request, I will be posting my lecture notes.
Be aware that __they are written for myself alone__ and not
for students. Consequently they are badly typeset, they
often skip details, etc.

They will be posted here (UW NetID required).

#### "Essence of linear algebra" videos

Here's a YouTube series on the "essence of linear algebra". It's remarkably well-done and many people find it helpful for giving the intuition behind the algebra.

#### Alternatives to the Book

While we will cover most of Holt in order, the underlying mathematics
is quite old and there are many other expositions. A few:

- S. Paul Smith has extensive and reasonably well-edited
notes
which are written at a somewhat more advanced level than Holt. See the "sermon" at the
end as well.
- Natalie Naehrig has some perhaps friendlier
notes, which are not quite as polished.
- Khan Academy has extensive material at this level, like
this.

#### Row Reduction Examples

Here are a couple of row reduction examples.

#### Inverses

Here is a summary of the course's material on inverses.

#### Diagonalization

Here is a summary of the course's optional material on diagonalization.