firstname.lastname@example.org (Porker899) wrote in message news:<email@example.com>... > It would help if you explained what TYPE of course this is and what your > particular problems are. Some linear algebra courses are purely computational. > Others mix a little bit of proofs in with the vast majority still being > computational. And then there are those that are almost completely theoretical > with some computations almost as an afterthought.
There are proofs. I'd say his tests are generally 1/3 computational, 1/3 proofs, and 1/3 "true/false" type questions, which are sort of a mix of both. It's definitely a mix between computation and proofs.
> > That said, I also liked Howard Anton's books. He has regular and applied > versions for linear algebra. Choose whatever is most suitable for your class.