Goes well beyond an "outline" of elementary linear algebra, especially when compared to the course textbook I was assigned ([b:Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications|678724|Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications|Howard Anton|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1177073363s/678724.jpg|1776254]). Schaum's Outline provided all the same relevant theorems and proofs in rigorous mathematical language while taking time to define common mathematical notation for non-initiates. There are plenty of exercises at various stages of difficulty and application with thorough explanations for most solutions and step-by-step guides for some of the initial problems. There were very few typos or errors that I noticed and the narrative progression of concepts is well-chosen and explained.

This "outline" is pretty much all you need to get through an elementary linear algebra course.

This "outline" is pretty much all you need to get through an elementary linear algebra course.