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So I'm looking for a linear algebra book with a strong focus on proofs. It would be great if the book also uses concepts from regular abstract algebra like isomorphisms etc instead of dancing around it.

Note that a book of problems/solutions would also suffice and indeed possibly be more helpful.

Could someone suggest something?

EDIT : To be clear, This isnt exactly a duplicate question. I've already taken abstract algebra and I'm looking for a book which uses those concepts. Most of these links are for people who've never taken abstract algebra and want to start off with linear algebra

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How about this book? At my school, it is the text used for Advanced Linear Algebra. Where I go, Abstract Algebra is a prereq for it. I would imagine that book would be along the lines of what you're looking for. The book also has positive reviews from what I've seen.

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I highly recommend Advanced Linear Algebra by Steve Roman. It has complete proofs for everything covered in the book. Moreover, the proofs are very well written and are a pleasure to read. It is written abstractly and assumes that you already know abstract algebra.

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