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I would like to studying linear algebra and set theory.

Does anyone have a a good recommendation of books/resources/etc.?

Ahaan S. Rungta
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  • 1. Avoid asking multiple questions in one thread, like two different topics for books recommendations. 2. There have been many a thread with such recommendations, use the search function before posting. – Asaf Karagila Nov 27 '13 at 16:21
  • I'm a fan of Quine's *Mathematical Logic*, but I think I'm literally the only one. So count this as a recommendation if you're eccentric, or a warning if you're pretty much anybody. – Malice Vidrine Nov 30 '13 at 05:49

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For Linear Algebra, I recommend Linear Algebra Done Right by Sheldon Axler. $\mathrm{}\\$For Set Theory, I recommend Naive Set Theory by Paul Halmos.

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Set theory - for the beginning Naive Set Theory by Paul R. Halmos. For later Set Theory by Thomas Jech. Please also check this link What are good books/other readings for elementary set theory?

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For linear algebra I can recommend: Lang, Serge (March 9, 2004), Linear Algebra, Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics.

This one is really a good starting point into algebra and higher mathematics.

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My favorite Linear Algebra book is the one by Hoffman & Kunze. As has been said above Naive Set Theory by P.R.Halmos may be a good place to begin with.

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