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"All the mathematics you missed but need to know for graduate school"[1] helped me a lot (and, in fact, I had and did).

Once I had finished that, Cullen's "Matrices and linear transformations"[2] was really helpful too. But I wouldn't do Cullen if you're still, as I was, floundering with the concepts of why you're doing this in the first place. It's great once you have those concepts down.

[1]: https://www.amazon.com/All-Mathematics-You-Missed-Graduate/d...

[2]: http://store.doverpublications.com/0486663280.html




Garrity's book looks exactly what I've been looking for for brushing up on basic math skills after a decade of fairly low-brow work after my MSc. Thanks for the reference!


Hope it helps! It definitely got me through the first year of grad school...




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