I went through some of the questions asking for reference help but they're not the same (definitely similar though). Maybe i missed something but here goes-
I know there are Gilbert Strang videos, textbooks and other sources that are similar to learn Linear Algebra but what i want to know is - are there any concise (preferably freely available) text books to review the concepts? I say review because I've taken up both Linear Algebra and Calculus 6-7 years ago and they are rusty.
I need to review these for grad school and I'm short of time to re-learn everything from scratch.
I need to brush up the basics for example,
Linear Algebra -
- Vectors, and solving linear equations
- Matrices (Rank, Row/Column operations)
- Eigen values and Eigen vectors.
- Limits (and some pre-calculus)
- solving differential equations (ODEs and PDEs et al)
- basic integral calculus
What I'm looking for is review sources and primers that maybe some of you have found really useful.
Edit - Some very helpful links, thank you all. I also found PatrickJMT.com for very basic stuff to solve a few problems and help remember high school learning. And some wandering soul might appreciate this link as well - Additional Resources