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What is the best textbook on linear algebra

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Please advise the best textbook on linear algebra. I know the basics (at the level of Phys-math class), but I would like to pass the "course" from the beginning.
I would appreciate your suggestions.
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Out of patriotism, will offer this book.
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V. A. Ilyin, E. G. Poznyak, Linear algebra, Moscow: Nauka — Fizmatlit, 1999.
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Can be purchased at MSU or chain stores ARGUMENT. Surely somewhere else.
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Beklemishev D. V. Course of analytical geometry and linear algebra.
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here are the most useful works from the field You are interested in knowledge. First in the list — Kurosh, famous for simplicity of presentation.
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Tyrtyshnikov E. E. "Matrix analysis and linear algebra"
Evgeny Evgenievich is one of the strongest specialists in linear algebra in the world. He teaches at Moscow state University and MIPT.
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His lectures, in my opinion, are the best to understand and enable you to obtain not just knowledge but also a solid understanding of the subject (and I say this as someone who simultaneously lectures Ilyin, the same whose book suggested in the first reply).
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Initially offered to learn the instrument linear shells, and then with the help of this powerful tool shows all the beauty of linear algebra. While lectures are easy to read for the mathematical benefit, in principle, uncommon.
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Having mastered this book you'll be proud to say: "Tensors? Tensors is easy =)"
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He studied at the Department of mathematics. All the time "Course of higher algebra — Textbook — Kurosh A. G. — 1968" more than enough.
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For me, a good tutorial was: A. I. Kostrikin, "Introduction to algebra" there are 3 parts.
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