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Andreas SK
on April 2, 2022 at 10:42 am

HI Hania,
Thanks for the Linear Algebra course part I.
I am currently taking your course from Udemy and i appreciate it so much.
I took 3 course Linear Algebra from edx (Algèbre Linéaire Partie 1,2,3 ) from edx and it’s too theoretical so I try to take your course to understand Linear Algebra fundamentally to be able to continue edx course.
I want to take Graduate course on Economics on 2022 or 2023 so math course like this is really a help.
I have a suggestion, if you think it’s possible, may be you can create Real Analysis course on Udemy too, since this subject 1) hard to understand 2) used in many subject like Physics, and obviously Economics and Finance (on graduate level).

Thank you for this message. Yes, it was the very point for me to make my courses *understandable*, while still correct and theoretically complete. This is why I include so many geometrical interpretations, examples and explanations in “human” language, not only with mathematical symbols. You are right: it is good to study my courses first, in order to gain an understanding of the concepts and theorems, and then proceed to more theoretical courses. Good choice.

Real Analysis: I have started a thorough preparation to my future courses of Calculus 1+2, which I plan to complete with some elements of Real Analysis. Calculus without Real Analysis is not mathematics, it is just computations…

The first step in this preparation is my latest course: “Precalculus 1: Basic notions”. The leading theme of this course is an explanation of all the parts of the “epsilon-delta” definition of the limit.

If this first step towards Real Analysis sounds interesting to you, you can use one of the following links, whichever gives a lower price, which varies (you can purchase the course and see if it is something for you; if not, you can use the 30-days money back policy):

HI Hania,

Thanks for the Linear Algebra course part I.

I am currently taking your course from Udemy and i appreciate it so much.

I took 3 course Linear Algebra from edx (Algèbre Linéaire Partie 1,2,3 ) from edx and it’s too theoretical so I try to take your course to understand Linear Algebra fundamentally to be able to continue edx course.

I want to take Graduate course on Economics on 2022 or 2023 so math course like this is really a help.

I have a suggestion, if you think it’s possible, may be you can create Real Analysis course on Udemy too, since this subject 1) hard to understand 2) used in many subject like Physics, and obviously Economics and Finance (on graduate level).

Thank you and greet from Indonesia. 🙂

Hi Andreas,

Thank you for this message. Yes, it was the very point for me to make my courses *understandable*, while still correct and theoretically complete. This is why I include so many geometrical interpretations, examples and explanations in “human” language, not only with mathematical symbols. You are right: it is good to study my courses first, in order to gain an understanding of the concepts and theorems, and then proceed to more theoretical courses. Good choice.

Real Analysis: I have started a thorough preparation to my future courses of Calculus 1+2, which I plan to complete with some elements of Real Analysis. Calculus without Real Analysis is not mathematics, it is just computations…

The first step in this preparation is my latest course: “Precalculus 1: Basic notions”. The leading theme of this course is an explanation of all the parts of the “epsilon-delta” definition of the limit.

If this first step towards Real Analysis sounds interesting to you, you can use one of the following links, whichever gives a lower price, which varies (you can purchase the course and see if it is something for you; if not, you can use the 30-days money back policy):

https://www.udemy.com/course/precalculus-1/?couponCode=TPOT_APR22

https://www.udemy.com/course/precalculus-1/?referralCode=BC31ADC3513CB5671594

The Precalculus series should be finished in 2022, and the Calculus 1+2 (with elements of Real Analysis) series in 2023.

Greetings from Sweden to Indonesia 🙂

Hania