The Best Way To Learn Linear Algebra  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
The video provides recommendations for linear algebra books for beginners and those seeking a deeper understanding of proofs in math.
Key Insights
 ❓ Linear algebra is often the first encounter with proofs for many learners.
 🔰 "Elementary Linear Algebra" by Howard Anton is recommended for beginners as it provides a solid foundation and is widely used.
 "Linear Algebra" by Friedberg, Insel, and Spence is recommended for a more indepth understanding and serves as a valuable reference.
 👍 The importance of practicing proof writing is highlighted, and "How to Prove It" by Daniel Velleman is suggested as a resource.
 📔 Both recommended books are widely available and affordable.
 🆘 Proof writing skills in linear algebra help develop logical reasoning abilities.
 🎓 The recommended resources are considered valuable tools for mathematics education.
Transcript
for many people including myself linear algebra is the first time that you really encounter what's considered slightly harder proofs and so I thought I would take the opportunity to make this video and respond to a linear algebra question and hopefully this advice can help someone else out there who is trying to learn linear algebra so the email co... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: What are the recommended books for learning linear algebra with proofs?
The two recommended books are "Elementary Linear Algebra" by Howard Anton for beginners and "Linear Algebra" by Friedberg, Insel, and Spence for a deeper understanding of proofs.
Q: Is proof writing important in linear algebra?
Yes, understanding proof writing is important in linear algebra as it helps build logical reasoning skills and allows for a deeper understanding of the subject.
Q: Are these books widely available and affordable?
Yes, both books are widely available and can be found at affordable prices, especially if purchasing used copies.
Q: Are there any additional resources suggested for learning proof writing?
Yes, the host recommends "How to Prove It" by Daniel Velleman as an additional resource for learning proof writing.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video responds to a viewer's email asking for book recommendations for learning linear algebra with proofs.

The host recommends two books: "Elementary Linear Algebra" by Howard Anton for beginners and "Linear Algebra" by Friedberg, Insel, and Spence for a more indepth understanding and as a reference.

The host emphasizes the importance of practicing proof writing and suggests "How to Prove It" by Daniel Velleman as a resource.